Eon Emergency Contact Number0843 658 6888
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If you have a problem with your energy supply it can be a really stressful time. One less worry is finding the Eon emergency number.
When would I need to call the Eon emergency phone number?
- To report a loss in electricity supply.
- To report a gas leak.
- To report a faulty boiler.
Eon products and services
Eon is an energy supplier in the UK. Eon services include gas, electricity and central heating. If you have a problem with any of these services, call the Eon emergency number. As a customer, you can opt for just one of these services or all of them. At the time of writing there were four plans to choose from, in order to keep the process as simple as possible. Eon is also dedicated to helping customers save money on their bills, through a range of alternative heating sources, feed-in tariffs using low carbon energy devices and a loyalty scheme that rewards you for staying with Eon. If you are worried about an emergency, there is a dedicated section on the Eon website which gives you tips on how to keep you and your family safe in carbon monoxide, gas and electricity emergencies. However, if the problem is serious it is advised to call the Eon emergency number.
Eon is one of the UK’s leading gas and electricity providers. The Eon vision is to be the most trusted energy provider. Eon supplies to over five million homes and businesses, making them one of the largest energy companies in the UK. The company is constantly striving to find a cleaner source of energy through extensive research. To find out more about Eon, visit the Eon website.
Although the amount still hasn’t been disclosed, it has been announced this morning that E.ON have sold it’s Italian solar business to F2i SGR, an infrastructure investment fund manager.
The move has come about even though E. ON has been reported as saying that they want to increase the amount of solar activity it is involved in.
Since making the announcement that it will be split into two companies, with one centring around renewable, grid and customer service assets, and the other for its fossil and nuclear assets, the utility company has been moving forward with plans to sell off several subsidiaries in a bid to make money for the new structure.
E.ON has said that “The Italian solar plants are located in areas with high irradiation and benefit from favourable solar regimes providing stable cash flows in the long term.”
October 8th 2013
E.on Energy recently hit out at the UK government over Ofgem’s decision to restrict energy suppliers to the number of tariffs it can provide.
The decision has forced the energy giant to withdraw its over 60s ‘StayWarm’ deal. The specially tailored tariff offered fixed-price energy for elderly customers, but they will now be left searching for a new deal, causing disruption to them and their families.
The new regulations are part of a government effort to improve transparency in the energy market and encourage cheaper rates for everyone.
Whilst Downing Street refused to speculate on the matter, customer watchdogs in the UK have slammed the move by E.on insisting it has put a large portion of the elderly population in danger for the coming winter.
StayWarm customers will be automatically renewed onto Eon’s Standard Energy plan, likely to cost up to £180 a year. E.on are contacting all affected customers via phone to discuss their options and ensure they find the best energy tariff for their needs.
If you would like to know how you will be affected this winter or get advice on choosing an alternative Eon tariff, call Eon Contact Phone Number today.
August 14th, 2014
Energy supplier E.ON has reported a slump in UK profits thanks to the warm winter of 2013 lowering the demand for heating.
The German-owned energy company, which is a member of the Big Six, said its profits have fallen by 10% in the UK since the end of 2013 and by a third overall, as the demand for cleaner energy in Germany and the political crisis in Ukraine place pressure on the company.
E.on chief executive Tony Cocker said, “Although parts of the UK faced widespread storms, the first six months were actually considered considerably warmer in comparison to the same period in 2013. This has meant customers have used less energy.”
The drop in demand in the UK has only been one part of the problem for the energy giant, as fluctuating exchange rates and falling prices continue to threaten its home market in Germany.
A demand for cleaner energy in the country has led to an expansion of renewable power and a drop in wholesale prices, bringing E.ON’s gas revenues down 20%.
Meanwhile, the political crisis in Ukraine continues to be a point of concern, although E.ON group chief executive Johannes Teyssen says the company is monitoring the situation closely.
Elsewhere, the weakening rouble in Russia is also providing its own problems. The rouble has fallen 7% against the euro since the beginning of 2014, and whilst Teyssen said he assumed E.ON would be able to continue working successfully with Russia, it seems the tension between Russia and Ukraine has hit investor confidence in Germany.
As a result, earnings are reduced when converted into euros and profits in Russia have slid by 24%.
Overall, the E.ON group has experienced a 12% decrease in profits as a result of all these issues combined, falling to 5 billion euros (£4 billion). UK profits, which account for 9% of E.ON’s overall revenue, fell from £273 million (before interest, tax, deprecation and amortisation) to £188 million in the first six months of 2014.
Whilst Germany is aiming to make 40% of its energy from renewable sources by 2015, Teyssen claims that the fall in wholesale power has recently become less pronounced, with the government scaling back its rapid expansion of solar and wind power.
However, E.ON looks set to face further battles in the UK, having come under suspicion by politicians and watchdogs of alleged profiteering. The Competition and Markets Authority recently launched a full investigation of the energy market – the largest of its kind – to evaluate the practices of the Big Six.
UK chief executive Tony Cocker says he welcomes the investigation and feels it is another opportunity for E.ON to prove itself as customers’ trusted energy partner.
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