Did you know that one of the quickest ways your business can reduce its carbon footprint is by switching to clean, green power? Our large business customer Blenheim did and now they aren’t just supplied by 100% renewable electricity but are well on their way to be a net generator of green energy.
Whether you’ve been buying renewables for a while or considering for the first time, we thought it was worth reinforcing how buying clean power can benefit your business.
How choosing renewables can help your business
A boost for your business
From improving your sustainability to appealing to eco-conscious buyers, choosing clean power could give you the edge†.
A community of changemakers
We supply thousands of businesses with clean power, including BAFTA, Directors UK and Studio Lambert.
A small change with a big impact
One of the biggest things your organisation can do to tackle climate change is to switch to clean power.
A local approach to clean power
We buy our electricity from over 1,400 independent generators. When you call us, you’ll speak to our UK-based team.
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Already switched to green power? Check what you’re really buying
We often get asked what the difference is between Good Energy’s electricity tariffs and some of these other (sometimes cheaper) ‘green’ tariffs. You might be wondering why we say ‘green’ in quotation marks. We’d never refer to our own energy in such a way as ours is the real deal: 100% renewable electricity. However, there are ways in which other suppliers might offer you what looks and sounds like a green tariff – and at a great price! - but, behind the scenes, it’s a totally different story.
Enter your details below to receive our free business guide to Buying Sustainably Sourced Renewable Power, a guide to help organisations understand:
-The attributes of a sustainably sourced renewable supply versus one that isn’t
-Best practice traits to follow to ensure an organisation can choose the right kind of renewable supply
-What to ask their supplier to check how their renewable power is currently sourced and where that sits on the sustainability scale.
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