Green energy retailers

Green energy retailers

Here is a list of the top green energy retailers:

1. Powershop (NZ owned)

2. Diamond Energy (80% Australian)

3. EnergyLocals (Australian) (has a "start-up sub branch, Amber, who provides fluctuating wholesale energy prices)

4. Enova (Community owned, Australian, providing locally generated energy)

5. Origin Energy (Australian) & Momentum Energy (Australian)

If you are already with one of them, you can call them and ask them to put you on a green plan or a carbon neutral plan. This might slightly increase your energy tariff.

You can also visit this website to find the best economical and environmental energy plan for you: 

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