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UK clean energy provider Green Energy UK has launched two new tariffs, one with zero carbon emissions and the other with around 65 per cent less than the national average for energy production.

The Deep Green and Pale Green tariffs allow customers to distinguish between genuinely zero carbon energy and low carbon energy from biomass or combined heat and power generators.

Deep Green offers 100 per cent renewable energy from solar, hydro and wind-powered projects and Pale Green is a cocktail of 100 per cent green electricity with no radioactive waste and low carbon emissions.

The company claims that there are now more green electricity generators than ever operating in the UK.

Doug Stewart, chief executive of Green Energy UK, said that all of its business supports the green economy.

"Customers of Green Energy UK contribute to reducing the impact of their electricity use on the environment. With Deep Green and Pale Green, we are giving customers greater choice and making green electricity more accessible," he added. claims that consumers are being increasingly urged to go green and customers should be asking themselves if they are actually still getting value for money by going green.

Article Date: 13 May 2008

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