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E.ON Platz, 1
Avenue de Cortenbergh 60
Mr Dr. Johannes Teyssen
Ms Vera Brenzel
Head of E.ON AG EU-Representative Office
E.ON is an international privately-owned energy supplier which faces fundamental change: through implementing its new strategy, E.ON will in future be focussing entirely on renewables, energy networks and customer solutions, which are the building blocks of the new energy world. The conventional generation, global energy trading and exploration and production businesses segments are being transferred to a new company in 2016.
In the 2014 financial year, our staff comprising in excess of more than 58,000 employees based in many countries in Europe as well as in Russia and North America generated sales of around EUR 112 billion. In addition, there are businesses in Brazil and Turkey we manage jointly with partners.
Within the renewables segment, we are one of the world's leading companies. Around 33 million customers purchase gas and electricity from E.ON. Our broad electricity generation portfolio comprises around 59 GW of generation capacity.
Energy Union Strategy, Internal Energy Market, ETS, External Energy Policy, Climate and Energy Framework 2030, EU Infrastructure Package, , Regulation on Energy Market Integrity and Transparency, Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, European Market Infrastructure Regulation, Nuclear Safety Directive, EcoDesign and Labelling, Environmental Policy, Clean Air Package, Digital Agenda, Legislation regarding Renewables Energies, Energy Efficiency, Biofuels and Fuel Quality Directive, Heating and Cooling Strategy, Energy Storage Policy, Carbon Capture and Storage, Review of Security of Gas and Electricity Supply Regulation, Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Package, EU-Sanctions and External Action/Relations (Ukraine, Russia, US, Canada), TTIP Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations, Electricity and Gas Market Design (ACER/CEER/ENTSO-G/ENTSO-E Network Codes), EU Funding Mechanisms (ESIF, CEF, PCI, Horizon 2020, EU Energy Programme for Recovery, NER 300, EFSI etc.)
various meetings and events with representatives of EU Commission and European Parliament due to activities of
- CEO Magritte Initiative
- EURELECTRIC Presidency (Dr. Johannes Teyssen, E.ON SE) until June 2015
- EUROGAS Vice Presidency (Dr. Leonard Birnbaum, E.ON SE)
- EASE European Association for Storage of Energy - Presidency (Dr. Klaus-Peter
Röttgen, E.ON Gas Storage GmbH)
- GSE Gas Storage Europe (Nicole Otterberg, E.ON Gas Storage GmbH)
- Leadsponsorship of EWEA
European Energy Forum (European Parliament- Associate Member Industry)
100%: 5 25%: 24
The E.ON representative office to the EU institutions in Brussels is the main point of contact for EU affairs. The five office employees deal directly with EU issues. The rest of the people who are engaged in activities falling under the scope of the transparency register are located in the company headquarters or subsidiaries.
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The E.ON Group is run by Group Management E.ON SE in Düsseldorf. It oversees and coordinates the operations of the entire Group. These operations are segmented into global units (by function) and regional units (by country). We have five global units: Exploration & Production, Generation, New Build & Technology , Global Commodities and Renewables. Eleven regional units in Europe manage our sales operations, regional energy networks, and distributed-generation businesses in their respective countries. Russia is a special focus country. Support like IT, procurement, insurance, consulting and business processes will be organized functionally.
Eureletcric, Eurogas, European Wind Association, Foratom, European Association for Storage of Energy, European Federation of Energy Traders, Gas Infrastructure Europe, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, International Emissions Trading Association, European Energy Forum, European Roundtable of Industrialists, European Turbine Network, Smart Energy Demand Coalition,
friendsOfETS, Task Force CEPS
01/2014 - 12/2014
2,000,000 € - 2,249,999 €
The costs estimated herein stand for the annual budget of the E.ON Representation Office in Brussels towards the EU institutions (essentially office and staff expenditures) and staff and travel expenditures of colleagues, who are engaged in activities falling under the scope of the transparency register. This estimation also includes costs associated with membership fees of interest groups, federations and think-tanks.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.