Talk:E.ON UK

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BetacommandBot (talk) 05:58, 2 January 2008 (UTC)

E.ON or e.on[edit]

The company clearly uses lowercase letters in its logo - why does the article use uppercase? 41.213.93.245 (talk) 07:07, 22 June 2009 (UTC) The company's brand guides show that the name is E.ON when written. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 81.108.28.163 (talk) 19:40, 20 February 2011 (UTC)

Splitting out a 'list of e.on UK generation sites[edit]

I am building a table of current and proposed generation sites operated by E.ON UK. I am doing this within the main article for now, but suggest that it will soon become unmanageable given that they seem to have some 30-40 more sites in development all of which should be included in the table (or another table). I suggest a title something like 'list of E.ON UK generation sites'. PeterEastern (talk) 09:27, 22 October 2009 (UTC)

CO2 emissions figures[edit]

I have today been provided with the following table of CO2 emissions from their power plants by E.ON UK. PeterEastern (talk) 12:23, 22 October 2009 (UTC)

  • Total - 28,653,977.12
  • Ratcliffe - 9,901,175.19*
  • Kingsnorth - 6,405,429.37
  • Connahs Quay - 3,303,359.46
  • Killingholme - 2,135,992.06
  • Ironbridge - 1,841,224.89
  • Enfield - 1,082,866.68
  • CDC - 912,730.28
  • Winnington - 755,477.93
  • Corby - 637,026.28
  • Grain - 429,961.05
  • Kemsley - 392,120.43
  • Workington - 209,584.27
  • Stoke - 167,931.02
  • Sandbach - 144,875.15
  • Port of Liverpool - 91,724.34
  • Castleford - 78,235.20
  • Thornhill - 56,643.11
  • Bradford - 35,519.14
  • QMC - 28,261.11
  • Leeds - 20,079.26
  • Citigen - 18,971.34
  • Taylors Lane - 3,635.55
  • Stevens Croft - 1,154.00

* "Just to put a little context on them, the Ratcliffe CO2 figure is so high because it picked up the slack when a number of British Energy’s nuclear power stations had to be shut for repairs (it’s usually around a million to two million tonnes a year less)"