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  • Greenshop Solar Ltd


    Greenshop Solar is an accredited renewable energy installer based in Gloucestershire and covering the surrounding counties, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Herefordshire, Bristol and Somerset. We are experienced in the installation of domestic and commercial renewable energy systems including Solar Photovoltaic (PV), Solar Thermal (Hot Water), Wind, and for domestic applications – Heat Pumps and Biomass heating systems. We have been installing solar systems since 1995. Each project is carefully considered and the best design solution to a renewable future is assessed, whether it is domestic, agricultural or commercial, taking into account the energy requirements, site location and any other contributing factors to ensure you receive the most efficient system available. We only install accredited quality products, products that we consider are responsibly manufactured to a high standard. All our products are chosen because they have proven longevity and lasting performance.  Where necessary all products will meet the appropriate accredition requirement under the Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS) and are Renewable Energy Association Listed (REAL). Greenshop Solar Ltd is part of the Greenshop Group.

  • Green Energy (UK) Plc


    Supplies cleaner, greener electricity to homes and businesses; all the power it buys comes from a variety of green sources, some pale, some deep, but all green, including small-scale hydro, CHP, solar, organic waste gasification, vegetable oil, pig waste, and wind to name a few. Green Energy also facilitates investment in renewable technologies; 70 per cent of the power purchase agreements they have entered into are with generators that weren’t in business when the company was formed. It also gives away free shares to its customers. For more details and to join, visit the website.

  • Good Energy


    Since we started out in 1999, our mission has been to transform the UK energy market by helping homes and businesses to be part of a sustainable solution to climate change. When you join Good Energy, you’ll become part of a community of people that either: <ul> <li>buys 100% renewable power, through switching their supply, <li>generates renewable power in their own homes or businesses, or <li>invests in renewable power as a shareholder of Good Energy. Simply by switching to us, you’ll be supporting a cleaner, greener future powered by renewables.

  • Greenshop


    Sells eco-friendly, fair trade and recycled products for a greener lifestyle. From solar toys, wind up torches and radios, natural paints and wood finishes, household cleaning products, bodycare (including organic), gifts, crafts, wormeries, energy efficient light bulbs and logmakers, right through to books on sustainable building, water and solar information, green life interests, crafts and gardening. All available  via the shop, online store and mail order.

  • WRAP

    WRAP’s vision is a world in which resources are used sustainably. WRAP works with governments, businesses and communities to deliver practical solutions to improve resource efficiency. Our mission is to accelerate the move to a sustainable, resource-efficient economy by:<ul> <li>re-inventing how we design, produce and sell products;</li> <li>re-thinking how we use and consume products;</li> <li>re-defining what is possible through re-use and recycling.</li></ul> WRAP supports a circular economy. A circular economy is about valuing products differently and creating a more robust economy in the process. By assessing how we design, make, sell, re-use and recycle products we can determine how to get the maximum value from them, both in use and at the end of their life. Wrap is funded by all four governments across the UK and the EU and runs programmes in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

  • Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE)


    We help people and organisations from the public, private and voluntary sectors meet the twin challenges of rising energy costs and climate change. Our vision is a world where sustainability is second nature, carbon emissions have been cut to safe levels and fuel poverty has been replaced by energy justice. Our mission is to share our knowledge and practical experience to empower people to change the way they think and act about energy. We do this by giving advice, managing innovative energy projects, training others to act, and undertaking research and policy analysis. At any one time we have between 50 and 60 different and separately funded projects under way. All of these are helping people and communities to meet real needs for both environmentally sound and affordable energy services. We are based in Bristol although much of our work has relevance and impact across the UK. Our clients and funders include national, regional and local government and associated agencies, energy companies and charitable sources.

  • RenewableUK


    RenewableUK members are building our future energy system, powered by clean electricity. We bring them together to deliver that future faster; a future which is better for industry, bill payers, and the environment. We support over 400 member companies to ensure increasing amounts of renewable electricity are deployed across the UK and access markets to export all over the world. Our members are business leaders, technology innovators, and expert thinkers from right across industry. Our priority is to make sure that it is RenewableUK members at the heart of delivering this UK opportunity. To do this provide them with the highest possible quality services and information, supporting them in any way we can to do more, and better business. Our work is led by a Senior Management Team and supported by a Board of senior industry figures with a Business Plan setting out our work and priorities. Collectively our members employ over 250,000 people – from international energy companies to small companies keen to build new markets and ready to disrupt our energy market with new products and services.The UK has some of the best natural resources in the world for these technologies. Renewables have proven their ability to deliver, and alongside gas and nuclear will be central to keeping the lights on and powering our economy. Our role is to

  • Ecotricity


    As a green energy pioneer, Ecotricity is dedicated to building new sources of renewable energy to fight climate change, taking the money its customers spend on electricity and investing it in clean forms of power like wind energy. Supplying both domestic and business customers anywhere in mainland UK, organisations such as The Co-operative Bank, Oxfam, Lush & Christian Aid are already powered by Ecotricity. The more customers that Ecotricity has, the more they can build new sources of green electricity, it’s as simple as that! It’s easy to switch and only takes 5 minutes. Also offers tariffs and services for electric vehicle owners.