100% Green Electric


Fossil fuels are a finite resource so they will run out at some point. Indeed, many say that we have already taken out all of the easy to get gas, coal and oil - we've already "peaked" if you like - that's why we are experimenting with tar-sands and shale gas. We think that it would be better to concentrate our efforts on renewable energy sources like like sunshine, wind, water and geothermal for our electricity.

A square badge with a sun and cloud in the center with the words: 100% Green Electric

Switch your electricity supplier to 100% renewable.

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I really can't afford green electricity what can I do?

Try the SO LEAKY DON'T BE DRAFT quest. If that quest can save you money, surely you can then afford to switch electricity supplier?

Beware of

Small print

Read the terms of the electricity tariffs carefully. Some just have a proportion of energy from renewable sources.

How the points breakdown

  • Travel
  • Food
  • Pollution and waste
  • Energy
  • Animal rights
  • Human rights
  • Education and culture
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Water
  • Land and community
  • Finance
  • Building
  • Biodiversity

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