Blog by Ruth Curtis

Transport just a vicious cycle? Try Co-bikes

You might have heard of Boris bikes. What if we told you that Exeter has a renewably-powered version?

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 28.02.2017
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Can you help get Britain buzzing again?

Due to a combination of factors including climate change, loss of habitat and pesticides, bee populations have been declining at alarming rates in recent years

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 07.12.2016
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Warming eco-friendly foods for winter

Have you ever thought about the environmental impact of your Christmas dinner?

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 02.12.2016
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Doing the right thing for our communities

What do a lollipop lady, some run down toilets and a flock of chickens have in common? Answer: A little ‘Good Energy’!

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 31.10.2016
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How a little wind power helped save Delabole’s lollipop lady

When Delabole Primary School in Cornwall found itself at risk of losing its lollipop lady, it wasn’t just parents and teachers who were concerned about children’s safety.

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 25.10.2016
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The ‘state of nature’ on our solar sites

At Good Energy we strive not only to produce cleaner, greener energy to help combat climate change, but to protect and nourish the natural environments around our generation sites.

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 07.10.2016
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Team Good Energy is backing local sport

With Olympic and Paralympic fever still gripping the nation, here at Good Energy we’re proud to be backing British sporting endeavour, from the grassroots to the professional ‘elite’.

Posted by: Ruth Curtis | Posted on: 09.09.2016
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