Good Energy supplies 100% of its electricity from renewable sources generated by wind, small-scale hydro and solar power generators located across Britain.
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In October 2012 Good Energy announced a price rise of 9% on its electricity prices to take effect from the 5th December 2012.
Prior to that Good Energy cut its gas prices for dual-fuel customers by 5% on the 1st of August 2012. Previously they cut their standard electricity plan prices by 7.5% in January 2009, with a further cut of 7.5% made in March 2009.
Good Energy is a green electricity company formed in 1999 by the Monkton Group.
Good Energy and the National Trust
When you choose green energy supplier Good Energy to power your home, you’ll be helping the National Trust look after the nation’s special places forever.
Good Energy will give the Trust £40 each year you’re a customer to help it develop its own renewable energy generation projects, cutting its energy usage and inspiring individuals and communities to do the same.
You’ll also receive a free visit to a National Trust property to say thank you for the support.
How do Good Energy generate electricity?
Average from all UK suppliers
Green (renewable) energy is from sources such as wind, solar and hydro-electric.