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100% PURE GREEN ENERGY TRACEABLE TO SOURCE

From windfarm to yü - know exactly where your renewable energy is coming from when you choose our Pure Green energy plan. Great for your business and better for the environment.

MAKE YOUR BUSINESS GREENER AND CLEANER TODAY

CERTIFIED 100% RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY

Our clean, renewable energy is traceable to the source. We’ve worked with our sourcing partners and Carno Wind Farm in mid-Wales, to create a product which is 100% green, clean and traceable to the source.

Benefits of choosing Pure Green:

  • Renewable credentials show a positive commitment to sustainability.
  • Available as a Fixed Energy plan for 12, 24 and 36 months.
  • Backed by the OFGEM administered REGO scheme, allowing you to report zero carbon emissions on your electricity usage.

 

100% PURE GREEN ELECTRICITY

Know exactly where your business electricity is coming from

REGO BACKED

Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin certificates (REGOs) confirm your electricity is sourced from 100% renewable generation

ZERO CARBON EMISSIONS

Allows you to report zero carbon emissions and support your CSR agenda

Our standard electricity products use energy generated from a range of sources. You can view our 2019/20 fuel mix disclosure here.

CARNO WIND FARM IN MID-WALES

Covering around 600 hectares, Carno Wind Farm was constructed in 1996 and, at the time, was the biggest onshore wind farm in Europe.

It paved the way for further large-scale wind farm developments, and now Yü Energy are working with them to offer our customers 100% green, clean and renewable electricity.

Read more about Carno Wind Farm
56 turbines

56 turbines

33.6 MW installed capacity

33.6 MW installed capacity

Annual equivalent power of approximately 4,200 micro businesses*

Annual equivalent power of approximately 4,200 micro businesses*

*Based on average business electricity consumption UK, 2019 using 8,000 kWh per year

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