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Green Energy (UK) - Pale Green
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Green Energy (UK) Pale Green
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- With Pale Green your electricity comes from 'combined heat and power'. This means it comes from heat given off by power plants that would otherwise go to waste. Green Energy UK harness this heat to put it to good use.
- This is a low carbon tariff. The carbon emissions per kWh of electricity are less than half the national average.
- Prices are based on the Standard rates of your regional electricity company.
- Green Energy (UK) customers receive free shares in their company as a reward for going green. As shareholders, every customer is invited to tell Green Energy UK their thoughts at the Annual General Meeting, and is able to get updates on how Green Energy (UK) is doing financially.
- Variable rate tariff - energy prices may go up or down.
- Paper or online billing options available.
- Pay by Monthly Direct Debit or Pay on Receipt of Bill.
- Electricity only.
- No IGT charges.
- No early termination fees.
Note: any early termination fees shown may not apply after the contract has expired. Sometimes tariff data changes or becomes out of date when a tariff has been withdrawn. UKPower.co.uk cannot always guarantee the accuracy of the data displayed. Please report any errors to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Energy supplies electricity to domestic customers and small business customers in England and Wales. Green Energy also buy energy from anyone generating their own electricity who may have a surplus they want to sell to be fed back into the National Grid.
Green Energy (UK) buy all of their energy from green sources. They buy it from various sources, harnessing the power of falling water, the sun, the wind, and organic waste material.
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