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Furthering our partnership with the National Trust

Using our energy for good by volunteering at Dyrham Park Estate

Posted by: Imogen Suter | Posted on: 13.09.2017
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The Ultimate 20 Step Guide to Eco-friendly Living

Eco-friendly living is only a few steps away. Here's a quick guide to help you

Posted by: Joe Hickman | Posted on: 22.08.2017
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BBC Breakfast – inspiring women into business and sustainability

Juliet Davenport tells us about her recent BBC interview and her involvement at the 'She is Sustainable' conference.

Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 28.07.2017
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BAFTA rolls out the red carpet to green energy

Good Energy has been working with BAFTA and albert to support the ‘Creative Energy Project’, helping to drive more creative organisations in the UK towards 100% renewable electricity.

Posted by: Jamie White | Posted on: 14.06.2017
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Good Energy at Hay 2017: What is climate fiction?

We're discussing climate fiction ahead of Hay Festival 2017

Posted by: Rhian Evans | Posted on: 19.05.2017
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Using your words to fight climate change

Last year we asked renowned climate poet and performance artist Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner to write a new poem inspired by you, our fantastic supporters and customers.

Posted by: Good Energy | Posted on: 19.04.2017
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Sustainable Development Goals - why should businesses care?

Our founder and CEO, Juliet Davenport argues the Sustainable Development Goals must be more than a 'box-ticking exercise'

Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 18.04.2017
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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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We've won an award for our office rainforest!

We've won a Gold Award for ‘Best Internal Communications Campaign’

Posted by: Holly Meyrick | Posted on: 09.12.2016
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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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