The January Price Change

The Ofgem price cap is increasing as of 1 January. The Energy Price Guarantee is still in place which means the average household across the UK is capped at £2,500. Read our article to find out what this means for you.

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Our Green Impact

The amount of clean energy (in MWh) we supplied between April 2016 and March 2021.

847,442 tonnes

of CO2 in the atmosphere averted


equivalent number of trees required to offset these emissions each year

Vote for Your Energy Source

What goes into your home is important. That’s why we’re the only supplier of renewable electricity that gives customers the chance to vote on how we source it. Hydro, Solar, Wind or Biomass, cast your vote and we’ll base the % we buy from each source for our customers next year on the results.

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The turbines that dot the horizon in increasing numbers make the UK the sixth-biggest generator of wind power in the world.

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solar panel


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Solar cells, also known as Photovoltaic (PV cells), convert sunlight directly into electricity.

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Hydroelectric power comes from dams where they release water from height, and this drives a water turbine and generator.

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Biomass is organic material that comes from plants and animals, often in the form of wood pellets, waste wood or animal manure.

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