How To Switch Your Home To Green Energy

Typically the electricity that we use in the home is created largely by fossil fuels such as the burning of coal. Clearly this isn’t great for the planet. After all, what is the point in the development of electric cars (often seen as a “green alternative) if the actualy electricity that powers them has come from a non-renewable resource?

Fortunately there are companies out there though who provide green energy from wind farms and so on.

Three dedicated green electricity suppliers are:

Of course, many of the old-school energy siuppliers also offer green tariffs – examples of these include Npower and EDF Energy – though whether you want to encourage these companies who still pollute the atmosphere is entirely up to you.

One final resource which may provide of interest to you is the Which Green? website which aims to review current green energy suppliers to see who really is the most environmentally-friendly power company in the UK.

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