Bulb says its electricity is sourced from renewable generators ‘wherever possible’. The data shows that is only 4% of the time. The other 96% is greenwash.
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With the takeover of sister business Octopus Renewables this supplier is going ‘vertically integrated’. What does that mean for our fight against fake green tariffs?
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 29.03.2021Read more
Learn what greenwashing looks like for different products and how to avoid it.
Posted by: Jen Laming | Posted on: 04.12.2020Read more
New Good Energy research reveals how many suppliers are able to avoid supporting renewables in Britain.
Posted by: Adam Wentworth | Posted on: 09.10.2020Read more
The UK’s second biggest energy company promises to shrink customers’ carbon footprints, yet its electricity has a higher carbon intensity than the grid average. Want 100% renewable? That’s a £60 premium, for 100% greenwash.
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 29.05.2020Read more
E.ON is switching all its domestic customers to a '100% renewable' tariff. Good news, but too good to be true?
Posted by: Thomas Harrison | Posted on: 15.07.2019Read more
EDF is one of the largest investors in nuclear power in the UK and in Europe. It also owns two coal power stations, and one gas. So why does its latest ad focus on wind and solar?
Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 05.07.2019Read more
The Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin scheme was intended as a simplification, but has become a loophole
Posted by: Thomas Harrison | Posted on: 27.03.2019Read more
The news that one of the UK’s ‘Big Six’ energy providers — one with close to five million customers — is ditching fossil fuels to focus on wind power, feels like a significant breakthrough.
Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 12.11.2018Read more
Research, REGOs and why not all green tariffs are what they seem
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 15.03.2018Read more
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