Good Energy launches green gas tariff

Independent supplier Good Energy has launched a carbon neutral gas tariff, partly made up from biomethane.

The company said it was launching the tariff to “celebrate the signing of the UN Climate Change Agreement in New York next week”.

It follows an announcement this week from fellow independent supplier Green Energy, that it would be the first provider in the UK to supply its customers with 100 per cent biomethane.

Good Energy founder Juliet Davenport said: “World leaders are making a huge promise in New York to take action against climate change.

“Emissions from energy are one of the biggest causes of global warming, and the simplest way to cut your footprint is switching to renewable electricity and carbon neutral gas. We can all do something to drastically cut our reliance on fossil fuels right now.”

The company said the new tariff is designed to make it easy for customers to take action against climate change and compliments its current 100 per cent renewable electricity supply.

Leaders from 130 countries will sign the agreement on 22 April which was made in Paris in December and aims to limit global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius.

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