“We are proud to support the Festival of Lights, an outstanding lighthouse of the cultural life in Berlin. It is artistically sophisticated, but simultaneously colourful, surprising and full of emotional highlights and conjures a smile on the faces of millions of visitors in Berlin and from all over the world”, said Carsten Thomsen-Bendixen, press spokesman of the E.ON group.
Even this year`s theme of the light-art contest on the Berlin cathedral “Creating tomorrow” fits perfectly to E.ON. “The projections venture a glimpse in our life of tomorrow. This is exactly what we are doing, working already in these days with a view on ideas in order to improve the life of the people” quoted Thomsen-Bendixen.
Moreover the company is using the large coverage of his own social media channels in order to distribute videos and images of the Festival even more around the world.
Only on facebook, E.ON has approximately half a million fans.
E.ON is the biggest shareholder of Berlin`s gas supplier “Gasag” and is maintaining a number of locations in Berlin. A new company unit in Berlin Friedrichstraße is developing concepts in order to support cities at their implementation of ambitious climate protection targets. The focus is on new ideas for energy solutions in districts.
Also in that respect, E.ON considers the German capital as lighthouse: “what is working in Berlin, will be of interest for many other cities in Germany and Europe, too” said Thomsen-Bendixen. Since 2016, E.ON is solely concentrating on offers for clients, intelligent energy networks and renewable energies.