Solar power uses the sun's energy to generate electricity and accounts for 3.4% of Britain’s total electricity.
Wind turbines transform the energy of the wind into electricity. Around 14.8% of the UK’s electricity is generated from wind.
Hydropower uses the strength of flowing water to create electricity and accounts for 1.8% of Britain’s electric supply.
Tidal power has huge potential but hasn't yet taken off in the UK. It only contributes a tiny amount of Britain's total electricity.
Biomass is energy generated from plant and animal waste. It contributes around 9.5% of the UK's total electricity output.
Britain's growing number of green energy suppliers means it's easier than ever to do your bit for the environment, public health and the future of the planet. Going green is a win-win!Discover the Benefits of Green Energy
The electric car revolution is revving up in Britain. Our polluting, fossil fuel powered cars are gradually being replaced by eco-friendly electric and hybrid alternatives. There are currently around 184,000 electric vehicles (EVs) on UK roads and experts predict this to skyrocket to 9 million by 2030.Continue reading →
One of Britain’s most popular and fastest growing renewable suppliers Bulb has just announced a 11.1% price rise to their one and only ‘Vari-fair’ tariff.Continue reading →
We are the millennials who spent the 90’s raising Tamagochis and worrying whether Oasis or Blur was better. We are that misunderstood and maligned group that according to the Daily Mail are living an eternal youth and will never grow up.Continue reading →
Switching to a green energy tariff to power your home is easy and you could save up to £300 per year on your gas and electric bills!Switch to a Green Energy Supplier