A Wireless Sensor Network is a collection of small devices with sensing, computation, and wireless communication capabilities. Energy consumption in these networks is directly proportional to the life time of the network. So, conservation of power during network operation becomes an important issue in WSNs.Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks has a strong effect on the network, which consumes a considerable amount of energy. To address this problem an Energy Aware Uniform Cluster-Head Distribution (EAUCD) technique, in which the cluster heads are uniformly distributed through out the network, which results in balancing the energy load in the network and increasing its life time is proposed here. The proposed EAUCD technique performs better in terms of conservation of power compared to the other cluster based routing protocol. The technique is validated through extensive simulation in various scenarios like increasing the area of simulation, increasing the number of nodes in the network, and changing the dispersion of nodes.