Clean your bills

Switch to a green energy supplier.

If you’re buying your energy from one of the big six energy suppliers, you’re giving your money to companies who’ll invest it in dirty and unsustainable forms of energy.

Instead, why not give your money to companies who are more likely to share your values, and invest it in clean, future-proof forms of energy? Cleaning your bills takes minutes, but the benefits will live on for years.


Here are a few reasons to take action.

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Energy security

The UK relies on imported energy for almost 50% of its energy supply.1 Most of our crude oil and natural gas comes from Norway, OPEC, Russia, and Quatar, while our coal comes from Russia, Columbia, and the United States.1

Increasing our use of renewable electricity will reduce our dependence on foreign oil, gas and coal, and in turn protect us from unpredictable oil prices, international disputes and the other threats of peak oil.

Clean energy technology is ready and waiting for our money. So show the big guys that you want it clean – switch to a green energy tariff today.

Climate Change

In 2018, 27% of the UK’s carbon emissions came from our energy supply. Impressively, there was a 7% drop in emissions from our energy supply between 2017 and 2018 – mostly due to a shift away from using coal for electricity generation, towards gas and renewables.2

In the summer of 2019 renewable sources of energy generated more electricity than coal and gas power stations, marking the first quarter in history that renewables have eclipsed fossil fuels in the country.3

This shows that a future powered by renewables is viable, but in order to meet our legally binding carbon emissions targets, we need to get there faster.

That’s why switching to a clean energy supplier is so important - it’ll help keep the pressure up to shift our energy portfolio further and further from fossil fuels.

The Fracking Problem

Fracking has been a major issue making headlines across the world including the UK. Instead of investing in renewable energy, conventional energy companies are investing into non-renewable shale gas, further increasing the UK’s CO2 emissions.

Fracking also has a bad reputation because it contaminates local water supplies, can cause seismic activity (yes, earthquakes!) and generally destroys the surrounding natural environment.4

Pro-fracking lobbyist argue that there will be no pollution if good practices are observed. But there are already several reports of environmental pollution in the residential areas surrounding fracking sites in the US. This not only affects the environment but also the communities surrounding it.

Global Goals

In September 2017, an historic agreement was signed by UN member nations agreeing to work towards 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development by 2030, otherwise known as the SDGs.

Achieving these ambitious goals will require action from governments, businesses, NGOs, and individuals alike. We can - and must - all play our part.

By making the 'Clean your bills' pledge, you are contributing to the following SDG targets:

3.9: By 2030, substantially reduce the number of deaths and illnesses from hazardous chemicals and air, water and soil pollution and contamination

7.2: By 2030, increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix

12.8: By 2030, ensure that people everywhere have the relevant information and awareness for sustainable development and lifestyles in harmony with nature

13.3: Improve education, awareness-raising and human and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning


You don't have to have new power lines installed, and you don't have to stick a wind turbine on the roof. All it takes is a simple switch to an energy provider that invests in producing renewable energy to feed into the grid.

Do Nation has partnered with two of the best green energy providers in the country, and we also recommend them for their customer service. We’ve included more info on each of them below.

Read about how we chose the products and services that we recommend here.


Thanks to their low prices, great user experience, and renewable credentials, Bulb are taking the UK energy market by storm.

Bulb's whole model and infrastructure has been designed for the digital age; they've leapfrogged many of the clunky systems that traditional providers depend on. As a result, switching to Bulb is seamless and almost always saves you money.

When you switch using this link, they'll donate up to £40 to Do Nation, helping us to keep growing our impact.

Oh, and like us, they're a B Corp too!


Ecotricity are a friendly bunch who have just two tariffs, one for green electricity and one for green gas. These are both dedicated to building new sources of green energy – put them together for the ultimate green dual fuel.

They live up to their 'Bills to Mills’ motto, which means reinvesting their profits into more windmills. Since 2010, Ecotricity has spent more per customer on building new sources of green electricity than all of the other energy providers put together.

If you'd like to speak to one of the friendly Ecotricity team, call 08000 302 302 (and be sure to tell them you heard about them through Do Nation!), or switch online.

Success Stories


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Feels great to have made the change to a green energy supplier - will absolutely continue this going forward!

Doing the pledge made us make the change we have been meaning to do for a while. We are now happy Bulb customers!

My switch has already made me save £10 per month on my energy bills and my new supplier's customer service is far better than my old company.

I swapped to Bulb - thanks for introducing me to them – very happy with the savings I’m going to be making and they are green!

Something I'd been meaning to do for ages - now sorted!

I switched to Good Energy for both Gas and Electricity - couldn't have been easier...

I have signed up to Good Energy. Woohoo!

Done! That was way easier than I expected, and so rewarding to know that now my kettle is boiling using energy from the sun, and my lights are powered by the wind.

Swapped my energy supplier to Bulb, saving money AND the planet at the same time. Feels good :)

This was such a simple and easy thing to do - another of those things I'd never got round to before!

Saved money too

Switched to Ecotricity and have solar panels installed!