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Bulb Energy Fuel Mix Disclosure

All suppliers, including Bulb Energy, are required to provide information about the mix of fuels they use to generate the electricity they supply to their customers. They also need to disclose the environmental impact of this fuel mix.

This information is known as the Fuel Mix Disclosure and is published annually.

Shown below is Bulb Energy’s Fuel Mix Disclosures for the latest reporting year as well as previous years. We will update this page with the latest Fuel Mix Disclosures as they become available.

Bulb Energy claims to be “The Biggest Green Supplier”. With respect to renewables it makes the following statement on its website.

“We’re proud to be the UK’s biggest green supplier. We provide our members with 100% renewable electricity from solar, wind and hydro. Plus, our gas is 100% carbon neutral. 10% is green gas produced from renewable sources like food or farm waste. And we offset the rest of the gas we supply by supporting carbon reduction projects around the world.”

Bulb Energy Fuel Mix 2017/2018

The table below shows the Bulb Energy Fuel Mix Disclosure for the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018.

Energy SourceBulb EnergyUK Average
Source: Bulb, BEIS
Coal0%7.64%
Natural gas0%41.24%
Nuclear0%20.01%
Renewables100%29.04%
Other fuels0%2.07%
CO2 emissions (g/kWh)0225
High-level radioactive waste (g/kWh)00.07

Compared to the UK average, Bulb Energy is basically….100% renewable. Consequently, its CO2 emissions and high-level radioactive waste production, from electricity generation are zilch, zero, nada.

Compared to the previous year, there was no change.

Bulb Energy Fuel Mix 2016/2017

The table below shows the Bulb Energy Fuel Mix Disclosure for the period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.

Energy SourceBulb EnergyUK Average
Source: Bulb, BEIS
Coal0%8.5%
Natural gas0%44.1%
Nuclear0%21.0%
Renewables100%24.2%
Other fuels0%2.2%
CO2 emissions (g/kWh)0254
High-level radioactive waste (g/kWh)00.0015