Renewable energy

Did you know that you can switch to a green energy supplier without paying more for your electricity? More people are looking to buy their electricity from green energy providers as concern over climate change grows.

Renewable energy and self sufficiency
Fossil fuels vs renewables – a polarised debate?




Over 40% of all wind energy in Europe blows across the UK, making it an ideal place for wind turbines to generate electricity. Wind power is the second largest source of renewable energy in the UK after biomass, generating an estimated 2.5% of all electricity in 2010 according to the Department of Energy and Climate Change Digest.

Solar Panels UK

Solar Panels UK is a leading solar energy company and price comparison site specialising in the solar energy sector. They are registered with the Renewable Energy Association (REA) and also the Solar Trade Association (STA) that means you can use their site and tools with confidence.

Their mission is to bring renewable energy to more homes within the UK and to help educate consumers on exactly how affordable renewable energy can be. Visit www.solarpanelsuk.co.uk

Wood Fuel Direct

Wood Fuel Direct provides clean, compact and high output heat logs that are 100% renewable which are suitable for fires, chimineas and BBQs. Timber mill sawdust and wood chip waste is recycled into clean burning heat logs. All the wood comes from sustainably managed UK forests so this fuel source is clean and green. Online ordering and nationwide delivery.

Visit www.woodfuel-direct.co.uk or call 0800 587 3147.

Renewable energy

Ecotricity Switching to Ecotricity green electricity takes about five minutes and won’t cost you any more than you currently pay. Ecotricity is dedicated to changing the way electricity is made. They take the money their customers spend on electricity and invest it in clean forms of power like wind energy. www.ecotricity.co.uk

Renewable energy

Good Energy is the only UK electricity company whose fuel mix is 100% renewable. No fossil fuels, no nuclear, no carbon. As burning fossil fuels to make electricity is the biggest single contributor to carbon emissions they wanted to create one simple step for households to switch to renewables. www.goodenergy.co.uk

 

Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review

The Green Providers Directory
Average rating:  
 0 reviews