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Most Australians don’t realise that over 90% of their electricity is generated by burning coal. This creates greenhouse gas pollution that contributes to global warming and climate change.

You can ask your electricity supplier instead to source the energy you use from renewable sources such as wind, solar and hydro-power. Choosing a clean energy alternative makes it easy for everyone to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions at home and work.

What is Green Power?

GP logoGreen Power is a national accreditation program that sets stringent environmental and reporting standards for renewable energy products offered by electricity suppliers to households and businesses across Australia.

If you choose a government accredited Green Power product, your energy supplier agrees that the equivalent amount of energy you nominate is produced from renewable sources, avoiding the use of coal-derived power.

Energy suppliers’ Green Power products are independently audited so you can be sure your money is being well spent.

The Green Power tick is your guarantee that your contributions are helping facilitate the installation of new sustainable energy projects in Australia.

Click here to understand the importance and value of Green Power Accreditation compared to Non-Accredited Renewable Energy products (NAREs)

Growing Demand for Renewable Energy

Over 100,000 customers across Australia have chosen Green Power products, including close to 5,000 businesses. As a result of the growing demand for Green Power, over 150 new approved renewable energy projects have been installed in Australia since 1997, including the southern hemisphere’s largest solar farm at Singleton, NSW and numerous wind farms including Crookwell and Blayney in NSW, Codrington in Victoria, Lake Bonney in South Australia and Townsville in Queensland. Growth of the renewable energy industry and the installation of new generators has made a positive contribution to employment and tourism in regional areas.

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