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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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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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Dreaming of a green Christmas? Check out our cracking eco-friendly tips

Dreaming of a green Christmas? Check out our cracking eco-friendly tips

Posted by: Jamie White | Posted on: 25.11.2016
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Have yourself an eco-friendly Christmas kitchen!

Here’s how you can reduce your kitchen’s carbon emissions this Christmas

Posted by: Joe Hickman | Posted on: 25.11.2016
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Energy Saving Tips from Good Energy

Here are some of our best tips to help you save energy and money on your bills.

Posted by: Holly Meyrick | Posted on: 04.11.2016
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Unicorn Grocery: Going organic isn’t a fantasy

We meet one of our oldest and greenest business customers - Unicorn Grocery.

Posted by: Jamie White | Posted on: 21.09.2016
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Bread, brownies and buns…all made from Good Energy

East Bristol Bakery have joined the renewable movement

Posted by: Jamie White | Posted on: 15.08.2016
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Good for your pet, good for the planet

Lily's Kitchen - natural and delicious food for pets

Posted by: Jamie White | Posted on: 08.08.2016
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Just the ticket: Green getaways with Railholiday

We spoke to Good Energy customer Lizzy Stroud about her Railholiday business.

Posted by: Michael Cox | Posted on: 07.07.2016
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