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Good Energy helps customers to cut their carbon by generating their own renewable electricity through solar panels, installing heat pumps to get them off gas and onto renewable heating, and supplying them with 100% green electricity from renewable generators.

Tom says: “The best part of my job is seeing how engaged people are in reducing their carbon footprint, the excitement when they see their energy costs go down after installing solar panels, and the delight at how warm their home is after installing a quality heat pump.”

Tom explains that all the power the company supplies to customers is sourced from a UK network of more than 2,000 renewables. These include solar farms, wind turbines and hydroelectric projects, with more than 140 in Devon. “Last year, this network exported a huge amount of clean energy to the grid – enough to power around 230,000 average houses for a whole year, preventing the emission of almost 120,000 tonnes of carbon.”

“You can learn more about our network of partners by watching the Meet the Generators films on our website. Look out for the video about Glen Lyn Gorge – a hydroelectric project in North Devon,” suggests Tom.

Good Energy is also a majority shareholder in Zapmap, the UK’s leading charge point mapping service, which helps EV drivers search for available charge points, plan longer journeys, pay for charging and share updates with other drivers.

Why are heat pumps so important in helping with the climate crisis? Most homes have traditionally been heated by oil or gas, but these polluting and expensive fossil fuels are exposed to the volatilities of the international energy markets.

Heat pumps use electricity instead – which is increasingly sourced from UK renewable sources – and are four times more efficient than traditional gas boilers because they extract heat from their surroundings and pump it into your home. They are the perfect alternative, particularly for off-grid homes with oil or LPG tanks.

Good Energy offers bespoke systems designed around your home. It covers new builds, retrofits and period properties, supported by 10-year warranties and remote monitoring capabilities, for long-term reassurance.

For further information, blogs and customer stories: visit goodenergy.co.uk.

Good Energy

Good Energy helps customers to cut their carbon by generating their own renewable electricity through solar panels, installing heat pumps to get them off gas and onto renewable heating, and supplying them with 100% green electricity from renewable generators.

Tom says: “The best part of my job is seeing how engaged people are in reducing their carbon footprint, the excitement when they see their energy costs go down after installing solar panels, and the delight at how warm their home is after installing a quality heat pump.”

Tom explains that all the power the company supplies to customers is sourced from a UK network of more than 2,000 renewables. These include solar farms, wind turbines and hydroelectric projects, with more than 140 in Devon. “Last year, this network exported a huge amount of clean energy to the grid – enough to power around 230,000 average houses for a whole year, preventing the emission of almost 120,000 tonnes of carbon.”

“You can learn more about our network of partners by watching the Meet the Generators films on our website. Look out for the video about Glen Lyn Gorge – a hydroelectric project in North Devon,” suggests Tom.

Good Energy is also a majority shareholder in Zapmap, the UK’s leading charge point mapping service, which helps EV drivers search for available charge points, plan longer journeys, pay for charging and share updates with other drivers.

Why are heat pumps so important in helping with the climate crisis? Most homes have traditionally been heated by oil or gas, but these polluting and expensive fossil fuels are exposed to the volatilities of the international energy markets.

Heat pumps use electricity instead – which is increasingly sourced from UK renewable sources – and are four times more efficient than traditional gas boilers because they extract heat from their surroundings and pump it into your home. They are the perfect alternative, particularly for off-grid homes with oil or LPG tanks.

Good Energy offers bespoke systems designed around your home. It covers new builds, retrofits and period properties, supported by 10-year warranties and remote monitoring capabilities, for long-term reassurance.

For further information, blogs and customer stories: visit goodenergy.co.uk.

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