Return to all articles

Fuelgood tariff launch

Posted on 9 April 2018

Customers of leading Midlands landlord, whg, could save on their energy bills thanks to a new discounted gas and electricity scheme launched in partnership with Co-op Energy. 

The tariff, called Fuelgood Simplicity, is designed to help keep energy costs fair and affordable for all whg residents. 

FuelGood Simplicity guarantees whg  customers a discount on Co-op Energy’s standard variable tariff, ensuring those who want the certainty of dealing with a reputable and well-known supplier pay one of the cheapest prices available for their gas and electricity.

And because it is powered by one of the UK’s biggest energy suppliers, customers who qualify for the Government’s Warm Home Discounts can also save an additional £140 a year.

David Bird, CEO of Co-op Energy was at the launch event and said; 

“Partnering with whg to offer this unique tariff is just one of the ways we are working with communities to alleviate fuel poverty.

 “Not only do residents get a reliable, competitive price for their energy – with 100% renewable electricity as standard – but by taking up this tariff, they also help us support whg’s work to reinvest in homes across the region."

If you are a whg resident, click here and get a quote for Fuelgood Simplicity. 

Latest News/Related Articles

Thanks for helping us save 1,000 tonnes of CO2

9 April 2019

This week marks 2 years since we switched to 100% renewable electricity as standard across all our tariffs. In the two years since we made the switch, our customers have stopped more than 1,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.

Read More

The future of small-scale renewable generation in Britain

1 February 2019

The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme, designed to encourage take-up of small-scale renewable power generation such as solar panels, is due to change.

Read More

Challenging times in the energy market

30 January 2019

It’s hard to have missed the number of stories in the media recently about smaller energy firms going bust. One of the reasons why these firms have struggled recently is due to the sharp increases that we have seen in the costs of gas and electricity in the past year.

Read More