Innogy Polska will operate under the name E.ON Polska. The change will come into force from mid-December 2021. The company assured that customers do not have to take any additional steps.
The rebranding is the final stage of the two-year integration process that began in 2019 when E.ON took over innogy’s assets from RWE.
“In December 2021, the innogy companies in Poland will change their name to E.ON. A new logo will appear on materials and company documents, buildings and service outlets, and the ‘Moje innogy’ portal will be replaced by ‘Moje E.ON’ in September. a website for rebranding will be dedicated “- the company announced.
Innogy name change – what that means for customers
It was emphasized that each user of the innogy Group’s services in Poland will be individually informed about the most important issues related to rebranding. The information will be sent with invoices by traditional mail or e-mail, if the customer has chosen this form of contact as preferred. The first letters were sent in early September.
The company assured that all binding contracts and their terms and conditions remain unchanged, and the clients do not have to take any action on their part. “The terms of your contracts, bank account numbers for payment, forms of contact with us remain the same” – we read in an e-mail addressed to customers.
According to the information, all companies belonging to the E.ON Group in Poland will also gain new logos and names. For example, the Warsaw electricity distributor will change its name to Stoen Operator. E.ON will not appear in the operator’s name, which is to allow customers to easily distinguish the distributor from the seller.
E.ON Group – number of clients
The announcement announced that E.ON Group serves approximately 53 million customers in 15 European markets. It employs a total of over 78 thousand. people, including 3500 in companies belonging to the group in Poland. It is one of the largest European and world energy groups.
E.ON Polska sells electricity to over 1 million individual customers, mainly from the capital. The E.ON Group owns over 1.3 million km of electricity, gas and heat distribution networks throughout Europe. In Warsaw, it has over 16.5 thousand. km of the power grid.
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