E.ON apologises after exaggerating energy-saving lightbulb goals

Jessica Shankleman
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Utility agrees to help 18,500 people facing fuel poverty after misreporting energy efficiency achievements to Ofgem

E.ON has insisted it still hit its energy efficiency targets in 2010, despite being fined £500,000 for exaggerating the number of free energy saving light bulbs it gave out. Energy regulator Ofgem today...

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