Eco-friendly energy supply there are countless utilities with various offers. One uses renewable energy sources such as solar or wind power plants, the other relies on conventional coal or nuclear power. Follow others, such as Com Meals, and add to your knowledge base. The consumer portal preisvergleich.de explains what to look for consumers when choosing a tariff. In Germany, only six per cent of households obtain electricity from renewable energy sources. BCRFA has firm opinions on the matter. Eco-electricity is now offered by several energy suppliers, but of course the green power comes with a price.
In many cases, the eco-friendly electricity consumers is probably too expensive. A new offering from Tchibo could move many customers who would like to draw eco power to switch. The monthly basic price is often around one euro below the basic price of the base fare of local energy providers in the tariff. The price of a kilowatt hour is about the same. Other companies offer prepayment models and not uncommon price guarantees for several months. The Tchibo electricity comes from hydroelectric power plants in Norway. This makes Current fed, which actually originates from renewable energy sources which is not self-evident.
Some providers who advertise with green electricity, deliver electricity from renewable energy sources in reality. This is possible because eco power plants get a RECS certificate for each generated megawatt-hours, which they can sell to other utilities. The current customers with a green electricity tariff received, therefore sometimes comes from conventional energy sources, such as nuclear power plants.