Good Energy business customers offered local green electricity

Good Energy is to offer business customers the option of sourcing local renewable energy. It has signed an agreement with energy technology startup Open Utility to allow customers to buy local […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

Good Energy is to offer business customers the option of sourcing local renewable energy.

It has signed an agreement with energy technology startup Open Utility to allow customers to buy local green power directly from a wide portfolio of generators across the UK.

Businesses will be able to use Open Utility’s online service for control of their energy supply and the ability to match with local renewable generators.

The agreement follows the results of a six-month trial which involved a pilot group of Good Energy customers and generators.

Juliet Davenport, Good Energy CEO and Founder said: “Good Energy would like to see a decentralised energy system where control is in the hands of the people and businesses who use it. Open Utility has developed a digital platform which offers end users more choice and control. We look forward to developing a proposition which is attractive to business users and renewable generators.”