Is it time to switch your energy supplier?

Green electricity is generated from natural and renewable energy sources that have less of an impact on the environment than fossil fuels. Energy produced using solar energy, wind energy and water power (hydroelectricity) are all renewable forms of energy, so called because unlike fossil fuels, such as coal and oil, green energy sources will not run out.

More and more consumers across the UK are switching to a greener energy supplier, like Good Energy! Green electricity suppliers invest in renewable energy and match their customers’ demand with electricity that comes from sunshine, wind and rain.
The Centre for Alternative Technology and Good Energy have been partners for over a decade, and recently sponsored our new electric vehicle Evie. This blog post, adapted from information on their site, provides some tips in switching to a green energy supplier.

1. Don’t put up with bad service
Smaller suppliers often provide much better customer service. In the latest Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert poll for customer satisfaction, companies like Good Energy were voted top, beating all other energy suppliers.
2. Get a fair deal
Many of the smaller companies offer fair deals for consumers based on the costs of the product they supply. Make sure you are paying a fair price. Check out different energy suppliers and look for ones that have a green tariff. This website can help you look for the best deals

3. Choose a tariff that supports the future of the planet
Companies like Good Energy offer one electricity tariff and it’s 100% green. For every watt you use, they feed a watt from sunshine, wind and rain into the grid.

4. Buy local
Companies like Good Energy are British and generate and buy all of it’s renewable power here in Great Britain. They reinvest money from the company into their own wind and solar farms and purchase cleaner, greener electricity from a network of more than 1000 independent generators such as Worthy Farm (home of Glastonbury Festival) and Hafod y Porth in Snowdonia.

5…Switch to Good Energy today!
It only takes 5 minutes to get a quote and make the switch to Good Energy. You can also give it’s award-winning customer care team a call on Freephone 0800 254 0000.
Best of all you can help support the Centre for Alternative Technology by making the switch and signing up to Good Energy. Quote ‘CAT’ when switching to our 100% renewable electricity or dual fuel tariffs and we’ll give you switch and Good Energy CAT £30 to help in their work.us in our work.

Make the switch!
Choose an electricity supplier that’s changing UK energy for good. CAT has been working with 100% renewable electricity provider Good Energy for over a decade. There are so many good reasons to switch, not least of which is that when you use the link below they’ll give £30 to CAT!

Switch quoting CAT

 

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    It still continues and customers are confused about what they should
    do? As ofgem mentioned, every consumer will be treated fairly and nobody
    is going to suffer any type of loss.

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