Every year in October, energy suppliers must show where they buy their energy from and report it to Ofgem. This is part of The Electricity (Fuel Mix Disclosure) Regulations 2005, set up to give a more transparent energy market for customers.
This disclosure allows customers to easily understand what makes up their energy and helps them make informed choices about their supplier. Below you can see Green Network Energy’s fuel mix from 2019 to 2020:
We buy renewable electricity directly from renewable generators across the UK and Europe. To supply you with electricity 24/7, we also buy wholesale electricity from the national grid. This comes from a variety of different sources, such as renewables, gas, coal etc.
For every unit of electricity generated, we get a certificate to prove that our electricity comes from a renewable source. This is part of the Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin scheme (also known as REGO). For more information on the REGO scheme, visit the Ofgem website.
We are proud to offer 100% renewable electricity on all our fixed family tariffs. We also offer 33% renewable electricity as standard on our variable and prepayment tariffs.
The gas industry is going through a period of change during 23 May and 06 June 2017. This change affects all gas
suppliers, and as a result of this, you may experience a slight delay to your switching journey.
What does this mean for me?
Don't worry - you don't need to do anything. Your energy supply will remain uninterrupted during this extended
period of transition from your previous supplier to us.
If you choose to move to Green Network Energy, we will manage your switch taking into account the industry
changes and the delay.