E.ON are proud supporters of the Zero Carbon photo essay as part of the One Planet Living project, which illustrates sustainable buildings powered by renewable energy in Brighton & Hove. The exhibitions echo our own work to increase the UK’s renewable energy supplies and help secure our energy future.

We’re helping to lead the way when it comes to developing onshore and offshore renewable technologies, generating sustainable home grown energy for the UK whilst tackling climate change.

On 16 July 2014, we received consent from the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change for our Rampion Offshore Wind Farm project, which will host up to 175 turbines, located 13-20km off the Sussex coast. The decision means Rampion is set to become the first offshore wind farm off the south coast of England.

We’re currently refining the Rampion project details and will be able to communicate our final project design later in 2014. Rampion will help play an important role in helping to ensure a future security of supply and make a significant contribution towards the UK’s renewable energy and carbon reduction targets, while generating jobs and providing a boost to the local economy during both construction and operation.

To find out more about the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm proposals, visit:





One Planet City: Professional Commissions

Ten photo essays responding to the ten sustainability principles of One Planet Living with ten site-specific installations in public spaces across Brighton & Hove.