Gas and Electricity Guide
Do you want to know more about green energy suppliers? Fair enough. Energy is one of the biggest household expenses, AND a major contributor to pollution levels. By switching to a green energy supplier, you’ll not only help prevent climate change, you may also save yourself hundreds of pounds.
How do I compare green energy suppliers?
A number of UK energy suppliers offer a variety of green energy tariffs. Some green energy suppliers will provide you with 100% renewable electricity, which will probably be generated by windpower or hydroelectric power.
Alternatively, you can choose a green energy supplier that offsets the amount of energy you consume by providing the national grid with an equivalent amount of renewable energy. Otherwise, you may sign up to a green energy supplier that will make contributions to environmental projects on your behalf.
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There are a number of renewable generation methods which produce green energy: solar power, wave/tidal generation hydroelectricity, and wind energy. The UK has, in the form of wind power, the largest renewable green energy resource in Europe, according to the British Wind energy association.
In just a few minutes, you can compare green energy suppliers with energyhelpline.com’s free service. You simply need to provide basic details, beginning with your postcode. We’ll also need to know how much energy you use, or whether you are a low, medium or high-level user.
Then, our calculator will produce a table that will allow you to compare green energy suppliers. You’ll be able to see at a glance how much you could save with each tariff.
You can slash your contribution to climate change in minutes by switching to a green energy tariff. And you could save money too.
Switching to a green energy supplier is simple with energyhelpline.com – we’ll look after the entire switching process. We’ll ask for some personal information such as your name and address, and then pass these details securely to your chosen supplier. Your new energy provider will write to you to confirm your switch.