Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Grassroots Action: Switching to Green Energy in Cornwall, England


Eden Project in Cornwall, England

A non-profit word-of-mouth campaign encouraging people to switch to Green Energy tariffs is being launched at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England on the 12th May. After covering campaign costs, ten pounds (around $20) is being donated to charity for every household which switches to a Green Energy tariff. The charities supported include the Cornwall Green Communities Fund, which will support small-scale renewable energy and energy-saving projects that benefit local communities.

Let me know in the comments if you've switched to a renewable energy tariff yet.

Cornwall Switch to Green Energy Campaign

Cornwall Geothermal

More Photos of the Eden Project by Les St Clair

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3 Comments:

Blogger Danothebaldyheid said...

I live in Aberdeen and had a lot of trouble getting a renewable energy supplier but Good Energy managed to deliver. They've been very friendly and to be honest I haven't even noticed the rise in price!

2:20 pm, May 15, 2005  
Blogger Dave said...

I'm originally from the UK, living in Australia at the moment. I went to the Eden Project a few months after it opened, remember it being an "out of the world" kind of day :) Glad to see this initiative and commitment to cleaner energy. Thanks for the good news!

3:02 am, May 26, 2005  
Anonymous Chris said...

I'm in Cornwall and switched to Good Energy a couple of years ago. I have seen leaflets in bars and cafes promoting "green" electricity at rates equal to regular power supplies so I imagine a lot of people are switching.

1:05 am, June 01, 2005  

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