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E.ON Energie describes itself as "Europe's largest privately owned provider of energy services".
Carbon Capture and Storage
E.ON Energie has been one of the major companies promoting the concept of Carbon Capture and Storage as a 'solution' to the greenhouse gas emissions from fossil-fuel power stations. In 2008, E.ON Energie was one of a consortium of companies which funded the International Risk Governance Council to prepare a 32-page paper titled Regulation of Carbon Capture and Storage. (The other funders were the Allianz Technology Center on behalf of the Dresdner Bank Foundation, Resources for the Future (RFF) and Swiss Re.)
Proposed Coal Power Stations
Hauptverwaltung E.ON Energie AG
Brienner Straße 40
Phone: 0 89 - 12 54 - 01
Fax: 0 89 - 12 54 - 39 06
Website (English): http://www.eon-energie.com/pages/eea_en/E.ON_Energie/Portrait/index.htm
Articles and Resources
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E.ON Energie Media Releases
- E.ON Energie, "E.ON Energie: Three new pilot projects for the further development of CO2 capture technology: Cooperation with leading international plant manufacturers", Media Release, July 3, 2008.
- E.ON Energie, "E.ON Energie Adopts New Carbon Capture Standard—Coal Power Plants in Antwerp and Wilhelmshaven Receive TÜV Approval", Media Release, September 18, 2008.
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