Shell Energy Retail offers two carbon-neutral tariffs: Shell Energy Retail has launched two new carbon-neutral energy tariffs for British households.

With the Go Further home energy tariffs,  emissions od carbon dioxide created during home gas and electricity use will be offset with certified carbon credits from projects that protect forests.

CEO of Shell Energy Retail, Colin Crooks said:Working towards net zero homes will play a big part in getting the UK to net zero emissions.

“Carbon offsetting also has a role to play in helping consumers tackle their carbon footprint.”

Earlier this year, Shell set out its ambition to become a net zero emissions energy business by 2050.

Shell Energy Retail offers two carbon-neutral tariffs

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