Monday, 15 February 2010 11:50
A labelling scheme to show consumers if "green" electricity tariffs from
energy suppliers are really delivering environmental benefits has been
launched, reports The Guardian.
The "green energy certified" label aims to cut through the confusion over environmentally friendly power tariffs and allow customers to support companies taking extra steps to cut emissions. The certification scheme will implement guidelines from energy regulator Ofgem about what green tariffs should include and the evidence needed to back them up.
Read more on this story at The Guardian website