Citations with the tag: EON Inc
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- East Midlands Region.
// Logistics & Transport Focus; Sep2010, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p60
The article presents information on Eon's Ratcliffe Power Station in Nottinghamshire, England.
// Utility Week; 4/30/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 15, p4
This section offers news briefs on the British utilities industry, including the closure of Eon's call center in Rayleigh, Essex, the pre-tax profit of Good Energy for the year ending 2009, and the mandatory carbon targets set by the Scottish government.
- Eon earnings dropped 5% to EUR 3.58 billon.
// World Energy News; 5/14/2013, p7
The article reports that Eon, Germany's biggest utility, has announced first-quarter (Q1) 2013 earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) 3.58 billion euro, a 5 percent drop from Q1 2012 EBITDA of 3.79 billion euro.
- E-ONE NOW OFFERS ONSPOT AUTOMATIC TIRE CHAINS AS A FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION.
// National Petroleum News; Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 103 Issue 5, p24
The article offers brief information on E-One Inc.'s Onspot Automatic Chains for trucks.
- Eon dividend in doubt despite cost cutting.
// Utility Week; 2/15/2013, p8
The article reports on Berenberg Bank's claim that Eon and Verbund are the only two European utility companies that are expected to cut their dividends by the end of 2013.
// Utility Week; 5/7/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 16, p8
The article offers news briefs on the utilities industry in Great Britain including the plan of Eon to sell its businesses in the U.S. to PPL, the new ratings for energy tariffs introduced by Which? Switch energy-switching service, and a five-year contract awarded by Thames Water to Black &...
// Utility Week; 3/18/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p4
The article deals with the warning issued by Eon and Dong about tighter market conditions after posting an increase in pre-tax profit in 2010.
- E-ONE Adds Two New Dealers in the Northeast.
// Fire Chief Exclusive Insight; 4/27/2011, p4
The article reports that Patriot Fire of Trappe, Maryland and Nassau Fire Apparatus of West Babylon, New York were added to the dealer network of E-One Inc. in the Northeast.
// Utility Week; 9/2/2011, p4
The article focuses on the achievement of Eon and Npower of having the highest proportion of energy savings in year three of the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (Cert) programme.
- E-ONE Shows Off Stainless Offering at New N.Y. Open House.
// Fire Chief Expert Blog; 9/18/2012, p4
The article reports that E-ONE presented its stainless-steel product line during an open house in Hamburg, New York and announces six individuals who won iPads as a result of U.S. Fire Data sponsorship, including Ken Keirn, Jane Whitmore, and Ken Forenz.
// Utility Week; 5/13/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 18, p8
This section offers news briefs on water and energy markets in Great Britain as of May 13, 2011 including the plan of the energy company Eon to launch smart meters, the appointment of Michael Gerrard as managing director at the company Thames Water and the possibility of water restrictions...
- Hayfield Adopts Rescue Pumper from E-One.
// Fire Chief Expert Blog; 10/30/2012, p11
The article offers brief information on the Typhoon rescue pumper from E-One delivered to the Hayfield Fire & Rescue Department in Minnesota.
- E-One offers factory-installed Onspot automatic tire chains.
// Fleet Equipment; Mar2011, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p51
The article offers brief information on the onspot automatic tire chains offered by E-One Inc.
- Looking smart.
Wooldridge, Mark // Utility Week; 2/8/2013, p25
The article discusses how British utility company Eon is coping with the challenge of finding suitable staff to install millions of smart meters across Great Britain. The company's commitment to install one million smart meters nationally in the foundation period up to 2014 is noted. It...
- EDF and Eon revenues holding.
Coyne, Brendan // Utility Week; 5/14/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p8
The article reports on the financial performance of EDF and Eon in the first quarter of 2010.
- Eon may cut 11,000 jobs.
Coyne, Brendan // TCE: The Chemical Engineer; Sep2011, Issue 843, p8
The article reports on the plan by German energy firm Eon, which posted an adjusted net income loss of 382 million euros in the second quarter of 2011, to lay off an additional 9,000-11,000 staff to lower its costs.
- Interim results down for four of the big six.
Loveday, Trevor // Utility Week; 11/18/2011, p9
The article reports that interim results for SSE, EDF Energy, Eon and RWE, four of the big six energy suppliers in Europe, showed a decline in revenues or profits across the board.
- Consultation lapse thwarts Eon windfarm.
Loveday, Trevor // Utility Week; 1/11/2013, p6
The article reports that electric utility Eon has withdrew its application for a development consent order for windfarm off the East Sussex coast from the Great Britain Planning Inspectorate due to its failure to consult councils in Sevenoaks and Surrey.
- Carbon floor price is an 'unfair tax' says Eon chief.
Loveday, Trevor // Utility Week; 10/12/2012, p5
The article reports on a statement by Eon UK Chief Executive that the proposed carbon floor price for Great Britain is an unfair tax which will push energy prices up since it subsidizes only old nuclear and hydro plants and does not help the British investment climate.
- e-on Vue xStream.
Maestri, George // Computer Graphics World; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p62
The article reviews the environment-generation software Vue xStream Version 11.5 by the computer graphics software developer e-on.
- Jump Starting a Safety Program with Lean Manufacturing.
English, Paul // EHS Today Exclusive Insight; 1/5/2012, p10
The article features E-ONE Inc., a Florida-based company, and its lean initiatives that resulted in the improvement of all safety metrics. Major kaizen events at the company have resulted in a reduction in square footage used in all processes, elimination of 13,886 SKU items in materials and...
- E-ONE offers newly configured eMax.
English, Paul // Fire Chief Expert Blog; 1/24/2013, p1
The article highlights the updated eMAX top-mount pumper configuration from E-ONE.
- We all need to serve customers better.
Bird, David // Utility Week; 12/3/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p14
The article discusses the need for the utility sector to improve customer service. It is mentioned that in Consumer Focus studies of customer confidence, the industry ranked last while an Uswitch survey revealed that only 52% of people would refer their energy supplier to others. The author...
- Big Switch put back again.
Coyne, Brendan // Utility Week; 4/27/2012, p4
The article reports on the decision of Which? to postpone its Big Switch reverse auction on May 9, 2012. Which? will announce the number of suppliers that will participate in the Big Switch before it takes place. As of April 2012, Eon is the only big company to confirm its participation in the...
- Stash the cash.
Pugsley, Justin // Utility Week; 4/27/2012, p14
The article focuses on the efforts of utilities in Europe to preserve cash as a preemptive action. It cites the decision of German utilities RWE and Eon to withdraw their British nuclear power projects due to funding concerns, and the decision of Eon to reduce the dividend on its ordinary...
- Eon takes stake in Russian gas field.
Pugsley, Justin // TCE: The Chemical Engineer; Nov2008, Issue 809, p6
The article reports that a 25% stake in the Yuzhno Russkoye gas field in Russia would be purchased by German power company Eon from oil and gas firm Gazprom. The stakes would be exchanged for 5.3 billion U.S. dollars worth of Gazprom shares. Initially, Gazprom planned to trade its assets for...
- Monster Mash.
Kooser, Amanda C. // Entrepreneur; Nov2005, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p32
Presents an interview with job-search site Monster.com's founder Jeff Taylor about EONS, a startup business geared toward the over-50 consumers. Timing of the launch of the company; Lessons learned from Monster.com that he will apply to EONS.
- RED LIGHT SALE.
Kooser, Amanda C. // Mergers & Acquisitions: The Dealermaker's Journal; Apr2008, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p18
The article reports on the decision of Federal Signal Corp. to put its E-ONE fire rescue unit on the block, further noting that it has already been engaged in discussions with potential buyers. E-ONE, based in Ocala, Florida, designs and manufactures fire rescue vehicles, including custom and...
- NEW DELIVERIES.
Kooser, Amanda C. // Fire Chief; Jul2006, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p88
The article features several fire trucks purchased by fire departments in the United States. E-ONE's Sidestacker is powered by Cummins engine with Hale Qmax pump and Akron electric monitor and is purchased by J.H. Ketcham Hose Co. The Frankfort Fire Department in Indiana purchased the Pierce...
- Reclassification to push supplier to Cert target.
Kooser, Amanda C. // Utility Week; 11/30/2012, p6
The article cites the likelihood that Eon will meet its obligation after Great Britain's Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) approved proposals to reclassify certain work completed by energy suppliers under the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (Cert).
- Eons Launches Tributes.com.
Kooser, Amanda C. // American Funeral Director; Apr2008, Vol. 131 Issue 4, p14
The article reports that Eons has launched Tributes Inc., a company which will be focused on developing the Web site tributes.com. Tributes will develop the site as an online destination for obituary news and lasting tributes and will serve as an online community that will provide support during...
- Selling point.
Hassan, Munir; Stevenson, Louise // Utility Week; 7/10/2009, p1
The article discusses the reason for the plan of some major European energy companies to divest their assets. The asset divestment move of major European utilities, including Eon, Vattenfall, RWE, EDF and Enel, is explored. It notes that energy asset divestments are caused by the European...
- Game over?
Hawkins, Nigel // Utility Week; 4/2/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p15
In this article, the author discusses a possible shortage of power generation capacity and a series of events that led to such a situation. The electricity market was declared open in 1998 and consolidations followed but EDF, Eon and RWE from Europe have been able to maintain their dominance....
- COMPANY NEWS.
Hawkins, Nigel // Fire Chief; Jan2010, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p14
The article offers news briefs related to companies in the U.S. including E-One Inc., DQE Inc. and RF Technology Group.
Hawkins, Nigel // Utility Week; 6/26/2009, p17
The article reports that several Greenpeace campaigners boarded a freighter delivering coal to the Kingsnorth power station in Kent, England. The protesters used inflatable speedboats to climb on board the ship and at the foremast. Four of the protesters descended after being served an...
- Tall tales on the doorstepï¿½.
Hawkins, Nigel // Utility Week; 9/10/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p31
The author talks about various issues concerning public utilities. According to the author, an Eon employee told a story about an employee of an energy company who said that Eon charges more than his because it does not own any power station. "Scottish Herald" found that Scottish Water received...
- German operators fall out over grid venture.
Hawkins, Nigel // Utility Week; 7/25/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p5
The article reports on the disagreement among Germany's four biggest electricity utilities over plans for a joint power grid holding. An offer from RWE to manage the venture and coordinate future expansion was rejected by Eon and Vattenfall Europe, while EnBW insisted on maintaining control of...
- COMPANY/ASSOCIATION NEWS.
Hawkins, Nigel // Fire Engineering; Aug2008, Vol. 161 Issue 8, p143
This section offers news briefs on fire service in the U.S. E-One and private equity firm American Industrial Partners have agreed to purchase the apparatus manufacturer from its parent company Federal Signal Corp. Pyrolance had raised money for the Congressional Fire Service Institute and the...
- E-One Sends First eMax Vehicle Into Service.
Hawkins, Nigel // Fire Chief Exclusive Insight; 12/23/2011, p2
The article offers information on the launch of the eMax vehicle by E-ONE Inc. in North Carolina. It mentions the Fire Department of North Carolina was the first to place the vehicle into active service. It mentions that the vehicle is designed to offer maneuverability with a short wheelbase for...
- Cortland shops Saulsbury site.
Dickinson, Casey J. // Business Journal (Central New York); 11/5/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p1
Reports that the Business Development Corporation in Cortland, New York has searched for a buyer for the Saulsbury fire-equipment plant. Decision of the Federal Signal subsidiary E-One to move the plant's work to its central Florida plant; Reason for the closure of the plant; Percentage of the...
- Eon and RWE up but down.
Jones, Simon // Utility Week; 9/3/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p11
The article reports on the radical restructuring programmes being implemented by German energy companies Eon AG and RWE. Both companies posted healthy profits in the second half of 2010 but they still continue restructuring in order to boost efficiency and reduce costs. Eon Chief executive...
- Eon plans Antwerp coal power plant.
Jones, Simon // TCE: The Chemical Engineer; Dec2007/Jan2008, Issue 798/799, p14
The article reports on a 1.1 gigawatt-coal-fired powerplant in the harbour of Antwerp, Belgium planned to be built by German energy company Eon for 2.2 billion dollars. Eon announced that the plant will have an efficiency rating of 46%, with a reduction of 25% CO2 production per unit energy...
- Debt market poised for bond boom.
Jones, Simon // Utility Week; 9/25/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 13, p4
This article reveals that European utilities are expected to raise large amounts of capital during the remaining months of 2009, according to independent market tracker Deal Reporter. EDP, Eon, Gaz de France and RWE are some of the expected issuers of bonds as part of a wider return of utilities...
- Online accounts stoke price war.
Jones, Simon // Utility Week; 9/4/2009, p24
The article reports on the price war between energy companies in Great Britain as consumers affected by the recession consider managing their accounts online instead of receiving paper billing. Eon has rolled out its FixedOnline 3 dual fuel online energy plan. On the other hand, Uswitch asserted...
- In brief.
Jones, Simon // Utility Week; 11/9/2012, p4
This section offers news briefs related to the utility industry in Great Britain as of November 9, 2012 including the increase in the average combined savings and income made from households installing photovoltaics, launch of a web site by Southern Water to seek customer views on investment...
- Top 10 Desktop Replacement Laptops.
Jones, Simon // PC World; Jan2012, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p52
The article presents a comparison of several desktop replacement laptops including the Dell Precision M6600, the Origin EON 17-S, and the Acer Aspire 8950G-9839.
- Pinsent makes Eons.
Jones, Simon // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition); 10/ 3/2013, p10
The article reports on the energy company Eon and its selection of law firm Pinset Masons to handle its infastructure, energy and commercial work for the next five years. The author says that despite being the time for Freshers Week, the beginning of the academic year, law firms were not making...
- Pinsent Masons beats 40 firms to win sole legal provider contract for Eon.
Beioley, Kate // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition); 10/ 3/2013, p14
The article reports on law firm Pinsent Masons and its acquisition of sole legal provider for energy company Eon. The author says this victory comes after Pinsents has won an instruction to carry out business-as-usual legal work for Balfour Beatty, a major construction company, in March 2013....
- Who's liable if smart fails?
Coyne, Brendan // Utility Week; 4/27/2012, p6
The article reports that energy suppliers are worrying that they may have to pay compensation should they fail to deliver the smart meter. British Gas accepted that suppliers are responsible for the smart meter rollout, but argue that they should not be held liable for events beyond their...
- Eon and GdF pay the price for 30-year gas collusion.
Coyne, Brendan // TCE: The Chemical Engineer; Sep2009, Issue 819, p4
The article reports on the fine of 553 million euros each imposed by the European Union's antitrust watchdog on Eon and Gaz de France Suez (GdF) for anticompetitive practices over a span of three decades, based on understanding between the two companies in 1975 for them not to compete in each...