We’re an electricity supplier that doesn’t act like one. We’re a practical, down-to-earth and honest company. And it shows.
We don’t exist to save the world. We don’t want to be the biggest energy company around. We just want more people to use sustainable energy.
We treat customers like, well, customers. Not as numbers and not like Swampy either and we don’t play on heartstrings
We just like sustainable energy because it’s useful, it’s more imaginative and it’s more resourceful.
Friends give their House a green facelift
Doug Stewart: How I generated profits from green energy
Green award plaque for Unity Garden
Green is the new black!
Aimee Sibun is selected to judge the Retread-Your-Threads sustainable fashion show.
Life and Style: out and about
Wayne Hemingway wants YOU! to retread your threads
A Green Energy UK generator is diverting 48,000 tonnes of construction waste from landfill each year to make enough renewable electricity to power 8,000 homes.
Don’t spend £t- Save £t
The radio station finds out how a village hall has managed to stay open by selling its electricity to Green Energy UK.
Green Energy UK features in an article on one of its generators, Enviropower, preventing landfill and creating green electricity.
New energy saving helpline launched
Green Energy UK founder and chief executive Doug Stewart, along with Thom Yorke, Alistair McGowan and others, gives his thoughts on the Green Party ahead of this year’s election.
Tony Bohana Green Energy UK generator speaks about how he generates electricity at home.
The newspaper reports on Green Energy UK's Customer Kings award.
We visit Thundridge Primary School to donate a womery and introduce the worms to their new home.
An article about us and our generators.
An article in Energy Management magazine taking a look at a some of our generators.
Green Energy UK competition winner and Seaford resident
Carol Worms shares her energy-saving tips with Seaford Gazette readers.
In his BBC show Jimmy’s Food Factory, Jimmy Doherty visits tomato growers Guy and Wrights to find out how they are making electricity for green energy uk.
The Observer magazine features Green Energy UK’s advice on energy efficiency.
Several publications have featured the link between Green Energy UK and ZrO motorbikes.
The Times interviews green energy uk generator JC Atkinson about running a sustainable business.
green energy uk customer, Simon Arundel, hit the headlines with credit crunch-busting news about how he is traveling 100 miles a week to work and back for just £1, and with zero carbon emissions.
BBC’s The One Show visited one of our generators, a tomato farm in Hertfordshire, to learn more about how they create renewable electricity.
We were featured in the Which? magazine’s round-up of electricity and gas suppliers, with the magazine stating that our customers appear very happy with our service.
A series of features for Independent Education Today in which Doug Stewart CEO Green Energy uk advises schools on projects to help them cut their energy use.
A series of features for Building for Education in which Doug Stewart CEO green energy uk advises schools on projects to help them cut their energy use.
We appeared in Ethical Living magazine’s feature ‘Renewable energy – have you made the switch?’
The Times' money section ran a report on the issues surrounding investing in biofuels and featured a quote from Doug on the Colour House Children’s Theatre turbine, an example of wind-powered technology in urban areas. Read the online version here.
The Evening Standard featured our news on The Colour House Children's Theatre becoming the first solely wind-powered UK theatre.
Read the online version here.
11 December 2013
REA welcomes ECCC green levies letter to Cameron
10 December 2013
Prioritise housing infrastructure to cut energy bills