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Cleaner energy choices

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Turn your home into a force for change

Simple changes to how we use energy in our homes can play a big part in reducing the UK’s carbon emissions. Here at Shell Energy, we also want to be a force for change. That’s why all of our electricity comes from 100% renewable sources like wind, solar and biomass.(1)

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Improve your home’s energy efficiency

Lower-carbon living is about doing what you can, weighing up the pros and cons of investing in cleaner energy products now against the possible savings on bills and reducing your home’s carbon footprint in years to come.

Low-carbon living — what would you like to learn about?

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Smart home devices

Simple products could make a big difference

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Home insulation

Keep the warmth in and help save on bills

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Solar energy

Generate your own electricity

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Low carbon heating options

Which one may be suitable for your home?

Lots of small changes can make a world of difference

Energy efficiency means fewer carbon emissions

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Smart bulbs

Efficient LED bulbs last longer than traditional incandescent light bulbs. If they can be dimmed then this can mean extra savings, along with setting the perfect mood lighting at home.

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Home insulation

According to the Energy Savings Trust, installing roof and loft insulation helps to create a comfortable home in all seasons and could save you up to £355 a year.

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Smart plugs

Connecting your devices to a smart plug gives more control of when and how you use your home appliances.

Larger home energy improvements require higher upfront investment but can lead to greater savings in the long run.

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Solar energy

With the right home solar energy system, you can use energy from the sun to power your electric devices, charge your EV, or heat your home. Take a look at which system is right for your home, as well as the potential costs.

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EV charging

EV charging at home is convenient, reliable and safe. Make cleaner energy choices beyond your driveway when charging your EV on-the-go.

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Low-carbon heating

Heating your home using a gas boiler won't always be an option. Find out what the alternatives are and which might be the best option for your home, so you're ready when the time comes to replace it.

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Grants and funding

Finding clean energy grants and funding can be confusing at times. We’re here to help you stay up to date with the latest information, and find out if your home might be eligible for government help.

References

1. Our renewable electricity is certified by Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs), which means that all of the electricity you buy from us is matched with the equivalent amount of units from 100% renewable sources in the UK.