Good Energy update: a sunny start to 2016
Posted in: Good Energy news
Posted on: 28.07.2016
Sometimes good news really needs to be shouted about, and at Good Energy we are doing just that!
We’ve had a very sunny start to 2016 so we wanted to tell you, our lovely customers, all about it.
A strong six months
Since January, we’ve seen some fantastic developments.
- Customer numbers have grown by 36% year on year, with almost 240,000 people now part of the Good Energy family
- Our gas is greener since we’ve added 6% biomethane and now it helps to support carbon reduction projects around the world
- We won ‘Company of the Year’ and ‘Best for Customer Service’ at the prestigious Renewable Energy Association awards
- We’ve opened a new Dorset solar farm adding even more lovely sunshine to our renewable fuel mix
You want green energy, we got it!
Back in June, we were really happy to see a large proportion of customers take out shares in the company.
We were also excited to finish our trial of the UK’s first peer-to-peer energy platform, which gives customers and businesses the ability to buy and sell local, sustainable electricity. Innovation has always been a big part of Good Energy’s history so we’re now working on next steps and hope to tell you more later this year.
Building towards a zero-carbon future
With 17 years of trading behind us, our ethics, award-winning customer service and strong renewable values remain at the heart of our ethos and we want to thank you all for your continued support and belief in our mission.
It’s great to know that so many of you love to spread the word about us. It’s thanks to you that awareness of Good Energy is at an all-time high, meaning more people know who we are, what we do and how to join us.
But we haven’t stopped yet! Here’s to the next milestone and reaching our 250,000th customer.
Come and join the Good Energy family by switching to our 100% renewable electricity and Green Gas.
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