Ecotricity – the world’s first green energy company, has today announced its green gas supply to homes and businesses is now recognised as vegan – alongside its green electricity, which received registration from The Vegan Society earlier this year.
As Britain’s greenest energy company, we’re on a mission to create a greener Britain. That’s why we harness our customers’ bills to build and maintain our fleet of windmills and sunmills, providing much needed green energy to the grid.
Having a Smart meter installed won’t instantly save you money – but if you’re savvy, and make use of the features of having a Smart meter, you could soon start saving money on your energy bills.
At Ecotricity, we understand how important it is to teach young people about the environment and how to care for it. We regularly attend festivals where our stands have loads of great stuff to inspire the younger generation. And our Principal Ecologist, Simon Pickering, frequently visits schools to engage children with all things green. It’s promoting sustainability at grass roots – a mission shared by our partners at the Field Studies Council (FSC) through their scholarship program.
Our homes use more energy now than ever before, in fact around 37 percent more than they did in 1980. But this number would be a lot higher if it weren’t for advancements in technology that have provided many energy efficiency solutions.
We’re green pioneers, on a mission to create a greener Britain, and we do a lot to promote and inform people about the sustainability message. We have some great partners who also deliver that message and it’s important that they themselves lead by example. The Field Studies Council (FSC) have taken big steps to achieving this goal, as we found out.
Ecotricity is partnering with the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend as the organisers look to make it the greenest party in the event’s 52 year history.
The plastic problem is a hot topic at the moment, but cutting plastic out of your daily life can be a daunting task. Don’t worry though – we’ve got you covered. Here are our eleven easy tips for saying no to plastic.