Energy

A case for better energy management

E.ON’s relationship with bodies such as Ofgem and DECC gives them a significant opportunity, to help these both manufacturers and non-manufacturers to be heard.

With energy costs increasing and more regulation to comply with than ever before, energy intensive businesses are looking for new solutions to help them manage their energy use. Mark Daniels, E.ON’s Head of Corporates Marketing & Development, tells us all about their new energy management solution.

Energy and the power to change

E.ON’s relationship with bodies such as Ofgem and DECC gives them a significant opportunity, to help these both manufacturers and non-manufacturers to be heard.

Energy intensive businesses in the UK are experiencing a greater pace of regulatory change than ever before, coming from a variety of sources including Ofgem, the EU and UK Government. David Topping, E.ON’s Director of Corporates, explores some of the drivers behind these initiatives and explains how E.ON is helping its customers navigate the changes.

One on one with E.ON

E.ON’s relationship with bodies such as Ofgem and DECC gives them a significant opportunity, to help these both manufacturers and non-manufacturers to be heard.

TM talks with John Conway, Key Account Manager at E.ON, about building the right relationships with manufacturers of all shapes and sizes, and how almost 40 years of experience in the energy industry can help achieve this.

ABB wins $130m cable order for massive Dong wind farm

Posted on 13 Mar 2015 by Tim Brown
ABB has won an order worth around $130m (£87m) from Dong Energy, the Danish integrated energy company, to supply a high-voltage cable system that will bring power from the Walney Extension wind park off the North West coast of England to more than a million people in the UK.