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Green Energy Network Review

An Italian energy firm founded in 2003, Green Network Energy has an ethos that green energy companies should offer more than just green energy deals, they should also invest in green, renewable energy itself. That's why Green Network Energy invests in wind, solar and biogas and is well-known in Italy for developing renewable energy projects.

It crossed the continent in 2017 to give UK energy customers more choice and better service, including 'family' tariffs, which are designed for households that use a lot of energy along with a range of green energy deals that offer 100% renewable electricity.

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It has also launched a Smart Export Guarantee, that picks up where the Feed-In Tariff left off and pays customers for any excess electricity they generate at home and feed back into the grid.

Green Network Energy now provides business energy and domestic energy to households across both the UK and Italy, reaching 1 million customers in each country.

Who owns Green Network Energy?

Green Network Energy is an independent energy company that is owned by Piero Saulli and Sabrina Corbo, the two entrepreneurs who set up the business in 2003.

Why switch to Green Network Energy?

If you're looking to switch to an energy company that really puts renewable energy at the forefront of everything it does, then Green Network Energy could be for you. Not only does it offer 100% renewable electricity, it also invests heavily in renewable energy projects across both Italy and the UK.

If you have a busy household that uses a lot of gas and electricity, Green Network Energy specialist family tariffs could save you money, while its Smart Export Guarantee could see you making money from any surplus energy you generate from solar panels at home.

Green Network Energy provides all customers with 100% renewable electricity, and is a good option if you want to switch to an environmentally conscious energy supplier.

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What is Green Energy Network's fuel mix?

Any electricity we use is generated from a combination of different fuels such as nuclear, coal and renewable sources (wind, water and the sun). The different amounts of each fuel contributed makes up an energy supplier's fuel mix.

Here is Green Network Energy's gas and electricity fuel mix as of April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019:

Electricity supplied by Green Energy Network % of totalAverage for GB (for comparison) % of total
Coal4.5%5.2%
Natural Gas30.9%41.4%
Nuclear9.3%18.7%
Renewable53.4%32.8%
Other1.9%1.9%
Total100%100%

How to switch to Green Network Energy

Switching energy suppliers is simple with The Energy Shop - simply enter your postcode in the box at the top of the page to get started. We then need to take a few more details on your current energy deal and how much energy you use and we'll then use this information to compare deals from energy suppliers right across the energy market.

The more accurate the information you can give us, the more accurately we can quote you. It helps if you have a copy of your latest bill to hand when switching, but if you don't or you don't know how much energy you use we can base your quote on the typical energy use of someone living in a property the same size as yours.

Once we have this information, we'll then show you a list of the best energy deals currently available.

If you only want to see renewable energy deals, check the 'Environmental - Green certified' box in the 'Refine results' section.

Then choose the deal you like best, and we'll take care of the rest of the switch - you'll be with your new supplier within 21 days, and there'll be no disruption to your supply.

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