Good Energy, the UK’s leading 100% renewable electricity supplier, will be reducing its gas prices for dual-fuel customers by an average of 5% from 1 August. This is partly due to a drop in wholesale gas prices, as well as a major increase in gas supply customers, which has allowed the company to buy more efficiently.
Good Energy’s growth over recent years has been such that it claims now to be able to compete on price directly with the ‘major’ fuel suppliers.
Juliet Davenport, CEO and founder, Good Energy, says:
“It has never been more affordable to go green with Good Energy. Many of our renewable electricity customers want a dual-fuel tariff so we are keen to be able to offer them the most competitive gas price we can.”
A proportion of each customer’s dual-fuel energy bill is invested in supporting domestic and community renewable heat systems, such as sustainable biomass (woodchip) heating in schools and solar thermal (hot water) in people’s homes. Good Energy hopes that investment in renewable heat projects will reduce overall reliance on fossil fuels such as gas in the future.
Good Energy has also recently announced that it is planning to build 110MW of renewable electricity generation capacity in the next five years – enough green power for all the homes in a town the size of Reading. The company is currently in the process of investigating the potential of a range of onshore wind and large-scale solar projects around the UK to generate this clean, green power.
Good Energy has not raised its electricity prices since 2009 thanks to the price stability offered by renewable generation.
H & C News recommends
For hospitality establishments of all sizes and types, it’s worth checking out the rates charged by Good Energy: competitive prices plus sustainability credentials makes Good Energy an increasingly attractive proposition for you and your customers.
For more information visit Good Energy