Fuel mix.

Check out the mix of fuels that we've used to generate electricity for your home and business.

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Fuel mix disclosure reporting.

As required by the Electricity (Fuel Mix Disclosure) Regulations 2005, the tables below give a breakdown of the fuel sources for the electricity supplied under E.ON Next’s licences – the fuels they used to produce electricity for all residential, small business and corporate customers.

This shows the fuel sources of the electricity we supply for both our residential and business customers (we've also included the UK national average for comparison).

100% of the electricity used by our residential customers is backed by 100% renewable sources.

Fuel mix for 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022.

E.ON Next:

Coal

1.8%

Natural gas

15%

Nuclear

1.4%

Renewable

80.3%

Other

1.5%

Environmental impact:

Carbon dioxide emissions (g/kWh)

86

Radioactive waste (g/kWh)

0.0001

UK National Average**:

Coal

3.8%

Natural gas

38.5%

Nuclear

16.1%

Renewable

38.7%

Other

2.9%

Environmental impact:

Carbon dioxide emissions (g/kWh)

204

Radioactive waste (g/kWh)

0.001

Carbon dioxide emissions (g/kWh): The weighted average of the carbon dioxide emitted in the production of electricity from each fuel source. This is calculated on the basis of figures provided by BEIS (details of these can be found on the Government website).

Radioactive waste (g/kWh): The radioactive waste, being fuel burnt in the reactor to be subsequently discharged as spent fuel. This is calculated on the basis of figures provided by the BEIS (details of these can be found on the Government website).

100% of the electricity used by our residential customers is backed by 100% renewable sources*. 

*Electricity backed by 100% renewable sources, E.ON's renewable generation assets, agreements with UK generators and the purchase of renewable electricity certificates. The electricity supplied to your home comes from the National Grid and DNOs*.

**Figures provided by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).