Big Six energy companies have ‘quietly abandoned their green electricity tariffs’


Source: The Independent

The commitment of the Big Six energy companies to tackling climate change has been called into question after it emerged that they have all quietly dropped their green electricity tariffs.

Not a single one of Britain’s biggest suppliers – which together provide 90 per cent of UK household power – offers a renewable energy tariff.

The is despite the major suppliers making public commitments to tackle climate change by reducing carbon emissions.

Dr Doug Parr, Greenpeace Policy Director, said: “The big utilities talk a good game on green credentials but when the going gets even a little bit tough, they drop their green tariffs and revert to type.”

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