Wholesale energy market update
The end of fossil fuels? Solar, storage and 'The Switch'
There have been several changes in the wholesale energy market over the last few weeks that have forced us to increase our price for the first time. Here's an update on why.
7 super cool solar videos
Award-winning author Chris Goodall told us about the most exciting technological developments in renewable energy.
The inaugral Bulb member meet up
We just can't get enough of the sun. It's awesome.
Wholesale energy: what's going on and why it matters
We met with our members face to face to steal more of their ideas.
We ain’t rampin’ with our variable tariff
Wholesale energy costs make up 40% of your bill. Now you want to know what's going on!
Thanks for an amazing first year
We don't tease and squeeze.
Keeping our prices right
It's our birthday! Time to look back at some of the best moment of the year.
Our pig poo is as veggie friendly as organic carrots
We like to pass savings on to our members when we can. It's only fair.
Babies, swimming and Twixes
We did some soul searching and we think our green gas is vegetarian-friendly. Find out why.
FREEEEEEDOM! We’ll pay your exit fees
Switching to renewable energy is a big thing you CAN do to help tackle climate change. And it's easy to do too.
Brexit, Bulb and You
If you switch to us, we'll pay any exit fees from your old supplier. Another cracking idea from our members.
Another Bulb price drop. Quickly passing savings on to you.
Simple steps to help keep climate change a priority.
Bulb is now a B Corp!
We're having another price drop. Again! And it feels good.
Refer a Friend: Give £50 + Get £50
Makes sense: we believe in the power of business for good.
Drake and Bulb - a match made in hydro heaven
We've just made it easier to refer your friends and family. Help them go green (and earn some free energy while you're at it!)
The National Grid needs 1,000 hydro plants just to boil tea
Our flow’s like Drake’s: reliable, always fresh and independently sourced.
2016 is shattering temperature records
When the demand for energy is high, the National Grid turns to the big boys.
What happens when the wind doesn't blow?
January was 1.13°C hotter than normal. It doesn't look great.
People love to say renewable energy isn't reliable. Fatal flaw or minor hurdle?