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Green Electricity Guide - Greener Electricity Provider

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We are proud to once again be rated as one of the Greenest Electricity Providers. If you want to continue to support a greener and cleaner future, you can join us. It only takes a few minutes.

Here are the reasons we have been top rated in every Green Electricity Guide and survey by Greenpeace:

  • Source more electricity from renewable generators than our customers consume.

  • Go beyond carbon neutral… from our first customer we have offset most of their everyday carbon emissions^.

  • Have one of the highest feed in rates.

  • Help provide solar to a broader community including low income earners, retirement villages and renters.

  • Are 100% independent of fossil fuels, with our Australian management and employees owning more than 80% of the company shares.

  • Continue to invest profits back into Australian renewable energy projects.

  • Support the government-accredited GreenPower Scheme

  • Have no interest in coal generation, coal mining or alternative sources of gas (including coal seam gas) or electricity sourced from wood waste of native timber.

So Feel Good… by joining us, you can continue to support a greener and cleaner future.

About the Green Electricity Guide

The Green Electricity Guide is 100% independent. Diamond Energy scored 10 out of 10 and were awarded 5 stars in 2022 Greenpeace Green Electricity Guide. “Unlike other electricity provider comparison sites, we don’t receive a cent from electricity retailers – or any other corporations.” Read more.

^Independent Letter of Opinion Auditing Diamond Energy’s Renewable Energy and Emission Footprint (2007-20).

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