good energy reviews

good energy reviews

Good energy reviews
To continue our look into Good Energy, let’s take a look at the company, their ethos, its history and the key people involved.
‘Company of the Year’ – BusinessGreen Leaders awards
‘Leaders of the Year’ – Renewable Energy awards
‘Social Impact Company of the Year’ – Small Cap awards
‘World’s 10 most ethical brands’ – The Good Shopping Guide

Good Energy is a voluntary Feed-in Tariff (FIT) licensee. This means you can receive your FIT payments from them (as long as your system is MCS certified) if you are an Good Energy customer, but they are not obliged to offer this service on an ongoing basis. You can learn more on their website.
The company supplies businesses with renewable energy sources, with tariffs for small businesses, for businesses that use up to £20,000 worth of electricity. Good Energy offer a bespoke quotation service for any company that consumes over £20,000.

Good energy reviews
Other customers have mentioned the lack of clarity in Good Energy’s billing, with some customers unsure what certain charges were, or in rare cases, finding that the charges on their paper statement didn’t match up with that on the online app.
Good Energy is a company that I trust – and it is not often you hear that about an energy company. Their customer service is excellent and their tariffs are straightforward. All their electricity comes from renewable sources and the tariffs are not ridiculous when you renew, so you are not forced to find a new supplier!

Good energy reviews
Based in Chippenham, Wiltshire, Good Energy is still a pretty small supplier with about 200,000 domestic and business customers across the UK. It claims that switching to Good Energy could cut your carbon footprint by up to 50%.
It sources more than half of its electricity from wind farms and owns some solar and wind sites, including Delabole Wind Farm in Cornwall, Woolbridge Solar Park in Dorset, and Hampole Wind Farm in Yorkshire. It’s also invested in the planned Tidal Lagoon in Swansea Bay. Since 2013, Good Energy has worked with the National Trust to develop its renewable energy projects. These include the hydro turbines at Hafod y Porth in Snowdonia and a waterwheel at Aberdulais Falls, South Wales.

Good energy reviews
Good afternoon Jake,
Thank you for this great review. I am so glad that we were able to help.