Green energy firm Good Energy has launched a carbon neutral tariff to celebrate the signing this Friday of the UN Climate Change Agreement.
Particularly made of Biomethane, this new offering is set to make it easy for their customers to take action against climate change.
Leaders of nearly 150 countries are due to sign the agreement which was made at the Paris climate conference last December. This will take place in New York and sets out to limit global temperature rise to no more than 2°C.
Good Energy's new carbon neutral tariff will include 6% biomethane - which is gas produced from organic matter such as manure and sewage. Emissions from the gas will be neutralised through verified carbon-reduction schemes that also support communities in Malawi, Vietnam and Nepal.