Go Green from E.ON
Go Green from E.ON was launched on the 1st June 2007, the same time as a major advertising campaign called “The wind of change” was launched. The campaign focused on the Robin Rigg offshore windfarm in the Solway Firth.
Go Green from E.ON is a renewable electricity tariff although it can be combined with carbon dioxide offset* gas to become a dual fuel tariff.
With Go Green Electricity* every unit of electricity you use will be matched with one produced by a renewable source. E.ON will also help you take steps to start reducing your energy use with their energy efficient products
Go Green gas and electricity prices were reduced on the 4th July 2009.
Energylinx allows domestic energy customers to compare the gas and electricity prices of Go Green against all other energy tariffs to see if it is the best tariff for your home.
You can either call Energylinx for free on 0800 849 7077 or click on one of the links below:
If you wish to compare gas and electricity prices click here
If you wish to compare electricity only prices click here
* With Go Green E.ON will offset the carbon dioxide emissions from your gas and your electricity usage will be matched with renewable sources.
This page was last updated 1st July 2009