Good Energy passes solar sites back into community ownership 22.12.17
One of the UK’s 100 % renewable energy providers, Good Energy, today announces it will be handing two solar sites - Newton Downs Farm near Newton Farrers, Devon and Brynwhilach Farm, near Llangyfelach - back into community hands.
Juliet Davenport, CEO Good Energy, commented:
“We’re thrilled to be able to pass the Newton Downs and Brynwhilach sites back to the community
Good Energy was set up as a response to climate change and to do things differently in the energy sector. Our vision is to create a cleaner, greener future together.
We will continue working with both sites having committed to an ongoing purchase of power from the site, as part of our community of local, renewable generators around the UK.”
Notes to editors:
- As at 30 June 2017, Good Energy had over 250,000 domestic and business customers
- Our revenue in the first 6 months of 2017 was over £52m and our gross profit was £14.4m
- Good Energy owns and operates eight solar sites and two wind farms with a total installed capacity of 57.5MW. The total output from our generation portfolio in the first half of 2017 was 45.3GWh. We also source power from over 1,400 independent renewable generators across the UK.
- In 2017 we introduced offshore wind into our fuel mix, through an agreement with DONG to buy power from their Westermost Rough windfarm in the North Sea.
- We have been awarded 4 out of 5 stars by Which? for customer service in 2016 and 2017; and Best Buy status in the Ethical Consumer Buyers’ Guide to Green Electricity and Gas Suppliers 2017.
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