by Adam Vaughan, The Guardian
Green tariffs now account for many of the cheapest deals on the energy market, despite many consumers still wrongly believing renewable energy deals are more expensive.
Half of the top 10 cheapest tariffs are green ones offered by challenger suppliers taking on the big six.
Outfox the Market, Pure Planet, Bulb, Yorkshire Energy and People’s Energyall offer tariffs at least £267 less and in one case £354 less than the average default tariff offered by the big six, uSwitch found. A year ago just two of the 10 cheapest were green.
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