Green energy is cheaper

By staff writers
23 Mar 2009


Save £100's on your gas and electricity bills
Gas and electricity prices went up by a whopping 42% in 2008, meaning that the average household had an extra £381 to pay. The good news is that Good Energy - a ‘green’ electricity supplier – has now dropped its prices.

New tariffs come into effect from 31 March 2009, with the average household using a standard electricity supplier standing to save around £36. However, following price cuts of 7.5% from Good Energy, the typical customer can save £40 a year!

With the greener options on the market now competitively priced, this is good time to compare the market for the best electricity quote. Visit USwitch to compare green energy plans.

Switching to a green energy supplier will not only save you money, it will also shrink your carbon footprint. It’s so easy to do your bit for the environment by making use of suppliers like Ecotricity, Green Energy UK and Good Energy.

Price comparison websites like USwitch are a great way to take advantage of the recent price drop. By taking an estimate of your energy usage based on the size of your household, they can compare market prices in your area for everything from utilities, finance, communications to insurance.

Also, if you switch before 6 April 2009, you will be entered into USwitch.com’s Six Nations prize draw and may win a year’s free electricity and tickets to the Six Nations in 2010.

Click here to compare energy providers and switch to a green energy supplier to take advantage of price decreases

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