Together for good.

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Four colleagues discuss work around a table.

Our partners are vital to our purpose. Over the past two decades, we’ve formed strong ties with leading voices in green energy, technology and sustainability.

This helps us to develop new propositions and services to help our customers reduce their environmental impact. And to work with sustainability-focused organisations to enable their members, audiences and more to join the transition to a cleaner, greener world.

Our partners

BAFTA: Albert Creative Energy Project

Good Energy’s green credentials and their successful tender makes them a leading choice of energy partner for albert’s Creative Energy Project. Together we aim to make clean renewable energy easier and more accessible than ever before helping you reduce your environmental impact for all film and TV production.

Kevin Price,
Chair of the BAFTA albert Consortium

Since 2011, BAFTA has supported the film and television industry to reduce its significant environmental impact through Albert, which has become the leading authority on sustainability in film and TV production.

Albert provides tools to measure carbon footprint and training and resources to reduce it, along with certifications for sustainability. Since 2017, Good Energy has been Albert’s chosen supplier for their Creative Energy Partnership, which enables creative businesses to switch to a renewable energy supply.

Julie's Bicycle

Clean, renewable energy is the simplest of the many solutions to climate change and Good Energy have been pioneering this solution for many years. We have been really grateful to be in partnership with Good Energy, driving demand for renewables as well as celebrating their work with the creative sector.

Alison Tickell,
CEO and Founder

Julie’s Bicycle is a charity that supports organisations in the arts, culture and heritage sectors to take action on climate change by becoming more sustainable. We have partnered with them since 2016, enabling arts organisations to cut the environmental impact of their energy usage.

Legal Sustainability Alliance

We hope this initiative with support from Good Energy, provides the catalyst for the change that the legal sector must make to achieve a 'net zero' carbon future. The LSA is here to help support law firms with all stages of their sustainability journey.

Amanda Carpenter,

The LSA is open to law firms, schools of law and in-house counsel. A collaborative network, members share best practice and work together to make sure law firms can play a full part in tackling the climate crisis, including by putting sustainability at the core of their working practices.

Eden Project

We’re very proud to say that all the electricity we use at Eden now comes from renewable sources. It’s great to be working with our friends at Good Energy, a company that is in tune with Eden and has an excellent record of working with renewable projects in Cornwall.

David Harland,
Executive Director

Eden Project and Good Energy have been working together since 2014. We supply their iconic site with renewable electricity generated from sun, wind and water.

Over the years we have worked closely with Eden on their journey to becoming carbon positive. We have also helped spread the word about renewables to visitors, including by sponsoring their Eden Sessions summer concert series, and attending their Make the Change climate action summit in 2019.

Friends of the Earth

We’re deeply concerned about climate change and its impacts on the planet and people. But by working with Good Energy to move Britain away from imported fossil fuels and towards green energy generated locally, we’re helping to reduce one of its greatest causes.

Guy Shrubsole,
Climate & Energy Campaigner

We have been working with Friends of the Earth for over a decade. Together, we believe we can achieve a future for the UK that’s powered entirely by clean, green energy from the sun, wind and water.

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