Our fuel mix
At Shell Energy, we believe everyone in Britain should be able to choose 100% renewable electricity for their home. That’s why it comes as standard on all our tariffs:
Average UK Fuel Mix
We like to think our renewable electricity is straightforward, especially when you compare it with the national average:
But where does our electricity come from?
All our electricity comes from renewable sources such as wind, solar and biomass. It’s certified by Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs), which guarantees that for every unit of electricity used, a unit of renewable electricity is put into the grid by renewable generators in the UK.
So as a Shell Energy customer, you can be confident that every unit of power you use in their home is matched to a unit of renewable power generated in the UK.
Want to find out more about our renewable electricity? Visit our page.
Want to go further with your energy? Well now you can
As a Shell Energy customer, you can upgrade to a Go Further tariff that makes your electricity and gas carbon neutral.
When you choose a Go Further tariff, we’ll offset the carbon dioxide emissions from every part of your home energy that we provide, from start to end. That covers its production right through to the emissions produced when you use it, and includes your gas and your renewable electricity.
The end result? You can put your feet up knowing that your home energy that we provide is carbon neutral.
You can find out more about how we make your home energy carbon neutral by visiting our dedicated page.
This is certified by Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs), which guarantees that for every unit of electricity you use, a unit of renewable electricity is put into the grid by renewable generators in the UK.
Shell Energy Retail LTD total emissions are 0 (g/kWh). Nuclear waste is 0 (g/kWh).
We keep the figures on this page updated in line with the publishing dates of the Government's fuel mix data disclosure data table, as defined in the Electricity (Fuel Mix Disclosure) Regulations 2005.
Please note, figures are rounded.
For more information on the environmental impact of your electricity supply write to us at Shell Energy, PO Box 6363, Coventry CV3 9LR