At Economy Energy, we aim to provide the best possible service to our customers while being a valuable member of the community.

As our customer numbers grow across the UK, we are meeting our objective of bringing lower domestic energy bills to more and more people across the UK.

But we aim to do much more than that.

Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, whether it be providing a reliable service, or working responsibly to protect the environment and improving our society.

As an independent domestic energy supplier, we build these responsibilities into our everyday operations while maintaining our primary passion of bringing more value to our growing community of customers.

This includes a commitment to educating on the best practice for energy use in the home, ensuring that all of our customers are able to make informed decisions on their energy needs.

We are also firmly embedded in local communities, and continue to be inspired by the great work by local charities and voluntary organisations across the country.

As part of our commitment to making a difference to communities in which we operate, we are always looking for opportunities to bring our energy to charitable initiatives.

 

Our fuel mix disclosure

Our fuel mix disclosure

We supply electricity generated from the fuels shown below. Electricity generated from April 2016 to March 2017 was largely sourced from 'Natural Gas'. As a responsible energy supplier, we're keen to do what we can to promote the use of green or renewable energy. Almost 25% of the energy we source is generated this way*, but we're working hard to increase the use of renewables where we can. Ultimately, we want to keep your energy bills down.

  • Coal 8.5%
  • Natural gas: 44.1%
  • Nuclear: 21%
  • Renewables: 24.2%
  • Other 2.2%

High Level Radioactive Waste 0.007 g/kWh

Carbon Dioxide emissions (g/kWh)

  • Coal: 925
  • Natural gas: 359
  • Nuclear: 0
  • Renewables: 0
  • Overall average: 561

* figures sourced from our Fuel Mix Disclosure for period April 2016 to March 2017 (published annually, as required by Ofgem).

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