Not just a price comparison site – a place to find green tariffs that really help the environment.

Find all the green tariffs that are available in your region of England, Scotland or Wales.

GEM don't take referral fees from suppliers so can offer independent advice on the best tariffs.

The GEM rating makes it easy to find the greenest suppliers and the greenest tariffs.

If you're looking for a tariff that's 100% renewable electricity, the GEM site lists them all.

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Unlike most comparison sites, we don't take referral fees. It's the most transparent way to show that our rating system for green tariffs is not influenced by any income received. As we're not paid by suppliers to promote their tariffs, we can't offer you a free gift for using our site.

What we do offer is the information to make an informed choice when looking for an electricity tariff that will genuinely help the environment.

How to use Green Electricity Marketplace

  1. Enter your postcode below - pricing varies by region, so we need to find the tariffs in your area.

  2. Look through all the Green tariffs to find the one that's best for you - for detailed information use the 'more info' buttons.

  3. Click the 'go to supplier' button and we'll direct you to the supplier's website - they may have special offers for you if you use the links on our site.

  4. Once you're on the supplier's website you can sign up for your chosen tariff.

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Other green tariffs

M&S offer several "100% renewable" tariffs. However, the electricity is supplied entirely from SSE's old hydro schemes - electricity that has been part of the general electricity supply of SSE (and its predecessors NSHEB and Scottish Hydro) for half a century. Rebadging it as M&S and removing it from their general supply doesn't seem to us to do anything to promote higher levels of renewables in the electricity supply mix.

Co-operative Energy offer 100% renewables tariffs from local windfarms to a small range of AB, DD and IV postcodes. Our system is not designed for listing tariffs that are only available in part of any supply region.

Green Energy offer a tariff, TIDE, for customers in England where the unit price of electricity is different at different times of day. Such pricing, if more widely adopted, has the potential to reduce peak demand and the need for some of the electricity supply system's less efficient and more polluting generating capacity. Unfortunately, our site is not yet able to list this tariff given the multiple unit rates involved.

A number of recent entrants are offering green tariffs and we will be reviewing and adding these to the site shortly. These are: Engie Green Fixed Sept 18 (Paper Billing); Engie Green Fixed Sept 18 (Paperless Billing); Tonik Positive Energy v2; Tonik Life Energy; Bristol Energy My Green Plus 1 Year Fix Issue 2; and Fischer Energy One Fair Tariff.

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Green Electricity Marketplace (GEM) no longer accepts referral fees from electricity suppliers. It is not associated with any general switching site and is committed to promoting renewable electricity through the provision of information and independent assessment of Green electricity tariffs.

We aim to provide accurate and up-to-date pricing, but given the volatility of the electricity market, please confirm current pricing with your chosen supplier.

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