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Greener plan

Get 100% renewable electricity for just a few pounds more

The average OVO customer saves over £200*

Why go greener?

It doesn’t cost the Earth

Renewable electricity generation emits zero CO2 or other greenhouse gases and its sources quickly replenish so it is a sustainable source of power. Electricity usage in an average UK household accounts for over 1 tonne of CO2 a year.**** By going Greener you’ll have none of that and you’ll have taken an important step towards a more sustainable Britain. More on OVO’s fuel sources here.

 

Improving local green spaces across the UK

OVO’s Greener Energy plan customers make the I Dig Trees programme possible. Last year, their support saw us to plant over 158,000 trees across the UK, improving over 500 green spaces. Now we’re growing our ambitions. Instead of planting 3 trees per Greener Energy plan customer, we’ll be giving 5 trees a chance to grow. That means that by April 2017, we plan to have planted 250,000 saplings – a fantastic carbon-fighting forest in the making. Learn more about I Dig Trees

 

It costs less than you might think

At OVO we are mainstreaming cleaner, greener energy and want to make it attractive to everyone. Part of that is only charging about £5 extra a month*** for our Greener Energy Plan. So you can do your bit without feeling the bite.

 

That’s power you can be proud of.

 

Interest reward

Stay in credit and we'll pay you 3% OVO Interest Reward on the balance**

Fixed prices

Enjoy fixed gas and electricity unit prices for 12 months

£60 discount

Manage your energy yourself online and enjoy even greater savings^^

Living today while moving towards a cleaner, greener future

At OVO we know that being an energy company comes with responsibilities.  We’re committed to reducing our impact on the environment and making a positive contribution to society.

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Tariff details

Check the unit rates and tariff details

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We went with OVO for a 100% greener energy plan at a reasonable price. We have not been disappointed, their customer service team are particularly helpful and we've renewed our contract for a number of years now, with no complaints.

Claudine

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Additional T&Cs

*The average OVO customer saves over £200: Between 01/01/2016 and 26/07/16, the average quoted savings made by new pay monthly signups was £265.81 annually based on the average consumption in their area.

**3% interest - Calculated at 3%/yr, paid monthly based on number of days in credit and the amount left in your account after you’ve paid your bill. OVO Interest Reward is capped at 12 times the amount of the current direct debit amount and is available to customers paying by advance direct debit. Terms apply: https://www.ovoenergy.com/terms/

***This is based on comparing OVO’s Better and Greener Energy Plans for the average annual bills for an average medium consumer (non economy 7, 3100 kWh electricity, 12500 kWh gas). Estimated prices are correct as of 23rd August 2016.

^At OVO, we now charge exit fees on some of our fixed plans. If you want to find out if they apply to your plan, please check your contract. If it does include exit fees, you may be liable to pay these charges if you leave your fixed plan early, or downgrade your plan at any point during your contract. The amount will be £30 per fuel (including VAT) Terms apply: http://www.ovoenergy.com/terms/

^^Online discount - £30.00 per year per fuel added to your account on a daily basis as £0.0822 per day. You can lose your online discount if you do not follow the terms and conditions: https://www.ovoenergy.com/terms/

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**** Based on average usage of 3100 kWh and UK average electricity fuel mix carbon intensity of 360 CO2 g/kWh (source: Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC))