Your browser does not support this video.Conceptually similarCOAL PHASE-OUT-PROTEST AT RWE HEAD OFFICE, ESSEN NEWS ACCESSPublicCLIMATE KLILLER RWE - NEURATH COAL POWER PLANT COOLING TOWER ACTION - NEWS ACCESSPublicVIGIL AT BROWN COAL POWER PLANT NEURATH, GERMANY - NEWS ACCESSPublicMülheim-Kärlich Aktion - Koblenz, Germany -Zusammenschnitt-PublicCoal Is toxic! Web clip German versionPublicANTI NUCLEAR POWER PROTEST AT CDU HEADQUARTER, BERLIN - NEWS ACCESSPublicBANNER ACTION AT OPEN BROWN COAL PIT IN JÄNSCHWALDE - NEWS ACCESS (16:9)PublicTEAM 50 PLUS TREE PLANTING ACTION: COAL FIRED POWER STATION MOORBURG - NEWS ACCESSPublicGREENPEACE PROTEST AT AKW KRÜMMEL - NEWS ACCESSPublicView AllID:GP36PJACTION AGAINST E.ON BEFORE STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, GRUGA-HALL, ESSEN (NEWS ACCESS)Essen: 30.4.2003 - At the beginning of the main stockholders' meeting of the group of companies E.ON Greenpeace activists unfold a large banner in front of the Gruga-Hall (Grugahalle) as E.ON deliberately deceive their customers by labelling their electric current as 'new energy' although it is produced by nuclear power plants - often by East-European nuclear power plants. Greenpeace ask the group of companies and their stockholders to leave this kind of business immediately and invest in renewable energies at once as well as finally disclose their mix of electric current. In the last years E.ON have made large-scale investments in the East-European energy market and their Lithuanian subsidiary company Lietuvos Energija deals in electric current from the local antediluvian nuclear power plant with the name of Ignalina which is a twin of the Chernobyl reactor. On this tape: stockholders; hall; banner; Greenpeace activists; red balloons; coffins on posters; flyers; t-shirts; footprint stickers.30 Apr, 2003GreenpeaceLocations:EssenDuration:6m14sParent folder:ACTION AGAINST E.ON BEFORE STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, GRUGA-HALL, ESSEN (NEWS ACCESS)Purpose:PublicShareKeywords:Banners-E.ON AG (EON)-Electric Power Stations / Electric Power Plants-Greenpeace Activists-Nuclear Accidents / Nuclear Catastrophes-Nuclear Power Plants / Nuclear Power Stations (NPP)Editing status:ClipsSelect usageHow will the asset be used (fees only apply on usage)?Select the Media Category for your intended usage.