Eon Contact Number
Our dedicated Eon contact number is 0844 324 0500 and is open seven days a week whatever your query. Use our service and save time when contacting Eon.
If you are an Eon customer for gas and electricity, whether as an individual or a business, you can use our Eon contact number to get in touch. Whether you need to check about your bill, change to a new tariff, update your details, give a meter reading or report a problem, you can use our Eon contact number. If you struggle to find the right Eon contact number at http://www.eonenergy.com/ or simply can’t get online for any reason, call via us and we will put you through.
How to Contact Eon by Phone
It seems a lot of firms these days make it difficult for customers to get in touch via a phone call. If you don’t know the Eon contact number and need to speak to someone about your account where would you look to find it? It will probably be online somewhere, but what if work blocks external sites or you can’t get on to the internet? It will be printed on a bill and your contract, but what if you have no idea where you stored those documents? The answer is simple – use our Eon contact number on 0844 324 0500.
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Call the Eon Contact Line
We’re an independent directory enquiries company so we have no connection to Eon or any other company. We simply provide an Eon contact number to make your life easier. It’s a direct number and we have different ones for a whole host of other companies, including British Gas, Orange, Vodafone, Sky, BT, Talk Talk and many more. We set up our service to give you a single Eon contact number that you can call for any reason. We put you through to Eon’s customer services adviser so they can help with your problem.
We know it’s usually easier to speak to someone on the phone about any issues you are having, and with our Eon contact number stored in your phonebook you know that help is only a few clicks away.
About E.ON’s renewable energy commitments:
Like the other big energy companies, E.ON have agreed to his certain environmental targets. As such they have committed themselves in the UK to generating a large amount of their energy from renewable sources. Their focus is on wind (onshore and offshore), biomass and marine energy generation. In 2007 they completed construction on one of the UK’s largest dedicated biomass power stations, the award winning Steven’s Croft in Lockerbie. At that time they also completed the Robin Rigg, their third and largest offshore wind farm in the UK, which became fully operational in 2010.
In 2010, E.ON installed their first wave energy device, the next generation Pelamis Wave Energy Convertor at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney. This is the first grid connected marine energy test site in the world, and has been successfully generating electricity for five years now, laying out a good plan for E.On to work from in the coming years.
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