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Make your 2013 as green as can be with eco-friendly resolutions, says green energy uk

December 27, 2012

LONDON, Dec. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — As the year draws to a close and Big Ben strikes twelve, many will be thinking about what positive changes they want to make for 2013. Instead of the usual ‘go to the gym more’, or ‘cut out the booze’, business electricity provider green energy uk urges people to green-up their New Year’s resolutions to become even more environmentally friendly.

There are numerous ways in which people can use the generic New Year’s resolution to go green, both big and small. Ditching that drive to the nearby supermarket for a walk or bike ride is one, or even boiling just the right amount of water for that much-needed morning cuppa. When loading the washing machine, filling it to capacity will reduce the energy used and help save a pretty penny too. They all help make a difference, and what’s more, they don’t require a lot of effort.

Doug Stewart, CEO of green energy uk, says: “Hands up who’s vowed to keep their New Year’s resolution when the clock strikes midnight, only for it to be discarded a week later? Plenty of people make promises to do things differently, but only a few of us actually stick to them. This year, why not green-up the traditional resolution to help make 2013 as eco-friendly as possible? You’ll be surprised at how interesting it can be, so there’s no excuse not to stick to it!

“Even the smallest changes can make the biggest difference,” explains Doug. “For example, insulating your loft to at least 10 inches can save you over £100 per year on bills – and is also handy for keeping the heat in during these bitter winter months. You can have fun exploring other ways of going green too. After all, here at green energy uk we don’t just harness power from the usual suspects, we also use alternative energy sources from weird and wonderful outlets such as skip waste and pig poo. So, whilst you’re busy welcoming in 2013 by singing Auld Lang Syne, make sure you also have a think about how you will resolve to go green this year.

For more information about sustainable energy, visit www.greenenergyuk.com or contact Kirsty Shaw at Punch Communications on 01858 411600 or greenenergyuk@punchcomms.com. You can also follow green energy uk on Facebook (www.facebook.com/pages/Green-Energy-UK/473450305033) and Twitter (@green_energy_uk).

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