Switching to green energy
How to get clean power - without the struggle
Switching to a green electricity tariff is a quick, affordable and virtually painless way to cut your carbon emissions.
The tariff will ensure your home is supplied with power from clean, renewable sources such as wind.
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Only a tiny percentage of UK electricity at present is produced from renewables.
If we're to cut emissions significantly there needs to be a big shift to renewables. That's going to require big investment.
Switching to a green electricity supplier will send out a message that you want to do your bit. It also adds to demand in the market for green energy.
So what happens when you switch to a green tariff? Nothing at all: you don't need a new meter or any special equipment. It happens just like that.
Guidelines on green energy tariffs are changing, so visit the Green Electricity website for up-to-date advice.
You can raise £50 for Friends of the Earth by signing up to get your electricity supplied by 100% renewable energy from Good Energy.
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