Environmental Protection & Preservation
Green Money-Saving Website: No Excuses
From today, all homes and businesses can benefit from free energy
audits, thanks to OneWorldEnergy, in a bid to change consumers' approach
to being green.
OneWorldEnergy, which launches online today, is the
first green one-stop-shop for homeowners and businesses to receive
simple and honest advice, and purchase everything relating to green
energy, from solar panels to green electricity tariffs.
To deliver this, OneWorldEnergy has teamed up with some of the leading
names in the green sector, including The CarbonNeutral Company,
Greenhelpline and Ethical Supermarket. Together with other leading
companies, they offer green electricity tariffs, micropower solutions,
insulation, energy saving products and carbon offsetting.
OneWorldEnergy managing director, Rudi Schogger, explains: "We have
simplified the minefield of information and brought together the best
green energy products and services. In less than 10 minutes, anyone can
make their home or business more environmentally friendly. Therefore
confusion and lack of time should no longer be excuses for not being
green. By making being green simple, consumers will find it easier to
embrace a greener life."
Sue Welland, Founder and Director, The CarbonNeutral Company, said:
"Consumer research shows that it's important to make low carbon living
accessible and easy to implement for people. There are a lot of ways
that individuals can help to reduce and offset carbon emissions and the
website is a great service that will enable individuals
to do just that - at a touch of a button. The CarbonNeutral Company
welcomes new initiatives to help our aim to combat Climate Change."
OneWorldEnergy also plans to launch a chain of green energy showrooms in
2008, enabling customers to view products up close, and receive
one-to-one advice from a specialist environmental consultant.
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