Co-op Energy are bridging the gap between customers and communities
BHESCo have partnered with Co-op Energy to bring customers an innovative energy tariff that directly supports local community energy groups like ourselves.
Introducing Co-op Community Power: the UK’s only tariff powered by 100% community-generated electricity and one of the highest green gas percentages in the UK at 25%.
With this tariff Co-op Energy are bridging the gap between customers and their communities.
There are three versions of this tariff, giving customers the option to fix for one, two or three years and the tariffs are only £5 per month more than their current fixed rate tariffs.
Why you should join Co-op Energy
Some of the benefits of Co-op Energy’s Community Power tariff include:
Co-op Energy Fuel Mix
When you switch to Co-op Energy through BHESCo a donation is made to our fuel poverty programme to support our work helping vulnerable customers who struggle with energy bills.
We hope you will choose to switch to this tariff to help lower your bills, support community energy, and help vulnerable customers in need.
Get 100% clean renewable electricity and reduce your carbon footprint
We wanted to partner with Co-op Energy because their values are so closely entwined with our own.
The are committed to tackling climate change and creating a more sustainable future for everyone by developing community owned energy projects.
Co-op Energy offer 100% renewable electricity as standard on all of their tariffs and one of the highest green gas percentages in the UK at 25%.
Support local energy projects with the Community Power tariff
Co-op Energy are the UK’s leading supporter of community-generated energy and for only £5 extra a month, on top of our current fixed products, customers can support community energy and invest in local communities across the country whilst paying generators a fair price for the power they produce.
Choosing this tariff gives you the chance to support co-operatively owned renewable energy projects that invest their profits into their local communities.