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Our partner Good Energy

Like Friends of the Earth, the environment is at the centre of all that Good Energy does.

Good Energy was set up over 20 years ago to help revolutionise the UK energy industry. They are dedicated to helping homes and businesses cut carbon from their energy and transport.

Building on their experience supplying 100% renewable electricity sourced directly from independent generators, Good Energy also provide services that help people reduce their energy bills and be more sustainable. These include supporting people who generate their own electricity and installing heat pumps to provide renewable heating. On top of that, they are a major investor in Zapmap, the UK’s go-to electric vehicle charging app.

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Our partner Good Energy

We have a long-standing partnership with Good Energy and recommend their services to our supporters.

If you want to heat your home in a sustainable low carbon way, or generate your own power at home, please get in touch with them to enquire about their heat pump and solar panel installation services.

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Our shared goal

"Good Energy and Friends of the Earth are working towards the same goal – a sustainable world where people are engaged with what is happening to the environment and proactively working towards solutions to keep global heating below 1.5 degrees.

We are pleased to work with such an influential organisation during this important transitional time for energy in the UK"

Nigel Pocklington, CEO of Good Energy

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Good Energy facts

  • Good Energy buys renewable electricity directly from over 1700 independent renewable generators across Britain.
  • They have been named as an Eco Provider for Energy by Which? and jointly topped their 2022 league table of green energy companies.
  • They are Britain’s largest voluntary Feed-in Tariff (FIT) administrator, helping over 180,000 customers generate their own clean power. They also offer new export tariffs to support people to get paid for sharing their clean power.
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