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What's clean energy?

When we talk about ‘clean energy’ we mean power generated from renewable sources – sun, wind, water (rivers, tides or wave power) and biofuels (usually gas released by rotting food and agricultural waste). Unlike electricity generated by burning fossil fuels (oil, coal and gas), clean energy has little impact in terms of climate change and air pollution.

How do clean tariffs work?

Picture the National Grid like a bucket full of water.* When you’re on a renewable tariff, your supplier promises to match the amount you take out of the bucket by putting the same amount of clean water in. The more clean water that goes into the bucket (and the less dirty water), the cleaner the bucket, and therefore the Grid, gets.
* In reality of course, water and electricity shouldn’t mix!

About ISEP

The Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership (ISEP) is on a mission to radically improve the sustainability of Islington through improved energy efficiency, good environmental business practice and strong partnerships with local communities. Their diverse range of members commit to reduce energy bills, cut carbon emissions and better manage environmental impacts, working together to have a bigger impact and find solutions to common sustainability challenges.

More power from your switch

Whenever you change supplier through a website like Big Clean Switch, your new energy company pays the website a commission. This doesn’t affect the price of the tariffs we offer, which are the same price as they are on suppliers’ own websites, and we use the income to help fund the Big Clean Switch campaign. We will share the commission with ISEP, who will use it to help fund local community energy schemes in Islington.

How the money will be spent

In 2015 ISEP worked with Robert Blair Primary School, helping them raise over £12,000 to put solar panels on their roof. The panels are now generating income for the school as well as providing a fantastic educational resource for the school’s 280 pupils, and helping to tackle air pollution and climate change. This money raised from your switch will help to fund more projects like this.

Our energy suppliers

The first major British supplier to be co-operatively owned, Co-op Energy give a share of their profits back to members and local communities.

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The world’s first green energy company. Offering 100% renewable electricity from the wind and sun and carbon neutralised gas.

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Clean electricity from one of the UK's largest investors in solar power, with a commitment to 'simpler pricing and bills that actually make sense'.

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Ranked top 5 for customer service by Citizens Advice, one of only three suppliers recommended by Which? in 2020 and a five star rating on Trustpilot.

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