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ProjectSurveyNUBS Thu 15-Aug-13 19:54:02

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KBabs Thu 02-May-13 17:45:00

I like EBICO, you can still get energy without a standing charge with them (unlike EON whom I switched away from). Their energy price is the same whether you pay quarterly with the bill, monthly or with a prepayment meter. They are a social enterprise, their power is reasonably green currently supplied to them by SSE. They are particularly good for very low users of energy and provide some supplier diversity from the usual big 6 IMHO!

rainbowrainbowrainbow Thu 04-Apr-13 14:54:26

Thank you smile

lljkk Sat 16-Mar-13 17:10:40

May not be cheapest, but I like the investment plan that Ecotricity has, something to look at.

OhMyNoReally Sat 16-Mar-13 16:45:37

Check out which, they have a section on energy companies. smile

janek Sat 16-Mar-13 16:37:12

We're green energy, have been for years, no complaints!

NuclearStandoff Wed 20-Feb-13 21:04:35

We are with Cooperative Energy.

It's still 100% renewably sourced, but was way, way cheaper than Good Energy. I have also heard great things about Ecotricity.

it is much better to go with one of the small independent suppliers the with a green tariff from a mainstream supplier.

rainbowrainbowrainbow Wed 23-Jan-13 20:19:47

Thank you both for the advice and info.
Interesting about various prices...will have to do further research smile

Takver Tue 22-Jan-13 21:49:11

We get our electricity from Good Energy - we have stayed with them because the price for us works out better compared to other suppliers with 100% renewables but I have to say that their customer service can be a bit ropey if you have a problem.

I know people who have switched to Ecotricity who are pleased with them.

Its worth checking prices because they can vary a lot between those with higher standing charge/lower unit price which obv are rubbish if you're a low user (which we are) but can be better if you're a higher user and those with lower standing charge but higher unit price.

AMumInScotland Tue 22-Jan-13 20:53:51

We get our electricity and gas from Scottish Hydro - all of the electricity is from renewables, and they offset the gas.

rainbowrainbowrainbow Tue 22-Jan-13 20:42:20

Can anyone recommend a green energy supplier please?
I saw an ad for one a while ago but can't remember where, so any advice/experience would be much appreciated smile

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