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About the Good Energy Group PLC
Good Energy can trace its origins to 1999 when it was established under the original name Ofex. The company today has just over 100,000 customers nationwide who subscribe to its alternative energy tariffs aimed at moving UK consumers away from fossil fuels. Based in Wiltshire near the M4 corridor, Good Energy LTD are part of Good Energy Group PLC and they claim to source 100% of energy from renewable sources.
Good Energy only source renewable energy from certified renewable solar, wind, hydro and biofuel providers. They now also source 6% of their Green Gas from bio methane which is produced from organic matter such as manure and sewage.
With the aim of creating a new independent energy generation, Good Energy source electricity from over 1000 independent generators and businesses across the UK. Alongside encouraging independent generators and businesses Good Energy LTD also invest into developing their own solar and wind farms.
Good Energy Wind Farms
Wind farms deliver significant benefits to the economy and local communities, Good Energy currently have four wind farms located around the South West; Delabole Farm, Hampole Farm, Willow Farm and The Big Field Farm.
Good Energy Solar Farms
The number of Solar panel installations soared in the UK from 2011 to 2016, solar currently accounts for around 15% of all renewable energy sources within the UK. Through continued investment and improved technologies we have seen an increase in performance and efficiency of commercial Solar Panels.
Good Energy commissioned their first Solar Farm in 2014 and now own a total of 9 Solar farms across 8 sites around the UK: Rook Wood, Newton Downs Farm, Crossroads, Carloggas Farm, Woolbridge, Mapperton Farm, Brynwhilach Farm, Creathorne Farm and Lower End Farm.
Good Energy Contact Number
With the company not being part of the big six they have somewhat been kept somewhat under the radar, however with more and more homes and businesses wanting to reduce their carbon footprint and switch to renewable energy they are becoming increasingly more popular among homes and businesses in the UK.
If you would like to contact Good Energy customer service you can reach them using our call forwarding number 0843 509 2507. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 08:00am to 20:00pm, and Saturday 08:00am to 13:00pm.
If you prefer to contact Good Energy in writing you can do by sending communication to the following address: Good Energy, Monkton Reach, Monkton Hill, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 1EE, United Kingdom. You can also reach them on Twitter and Facebook.
Good Energy Reviews
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Reasons People Contact Good Energy
When it comes to things like alternative energy people want to get on board but they’ve also got a lot of questions. As such the Good Energy contact number handles a lot of questions about what the company does and how they do it, which is understandable.
Of course customers don’t only call GoodEnergy to ask questions, a good number of them need clarification on certain matters, most common can be account or billing queries. Typical Good Energy complaints and queries might include:
- How to pay a bill online or over the phone
- How to submit an electricity, gas or feed-in tariff meter
- Moving house
- Dispute incorrect charges on a bill
- Who is my Good Energy network operator?
- Applying for a Good Energy priority service
If you need the customer service team you can call the Good Energy phone number 0843 509 2507 or you can call 0800 254 0000.
What are the Good Energy Customer Service Hours?
If you need to contact Good Energy you can reach their customer service department Monday to Friday 08:00 – 20:00 and Saturday 08:00 – 13:00 pm by calling the Good Energy contact number 0843 509 2507.
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Can I Use This Number To Report an Outage?
Yes. If the power has gone out Good Energy technical support will want to know about it. While they don’t own the lines that carry the power to your home they still need to know if those lines have been compromised in some way. So if you’re in the dark you can contact Good Energy on the following number 0843 509 2507 and let them know.
Can I use this Number To Report An Gas Leak?
If you suspect a gas leak and need to report it as a matter of urgency you will need to call the National Gas Helpline on 0800 111 999.
Can I Use This Number To Dispute a Good Energy Bill?
Of course. Why wait in the seemingly endless queue you’ll find on the standard Good Energy complaints number when you can get through with your billing questions quickly using 0843 509 2507? It’s tough enough opening your bill and finding a mistake. It’s even worse when you have to hold the line indefinitely to talk to someone about it.
Can I Use This Number to Switch From My Current Energy Provider?
Yes. If you’ve decided to join the growing number of UK citizens who want power generated by renewable sources instead of fossil fuels call 0843 509 2507 and talk to someone at Good Energy about switching from your current provider.
Diverse-energy.com is an independently owned and operated website that seeks to put consumers in touch with the companies that have an impact on their lives. We provide:
- Contact numbers so you can get through to these companies quickly and affordably
- Expert information on various types of alternative energy
- Information on how to power your home or business using alternative forms of energy