Hey @mowcius. Thanks for the link to the new page. I’m glad Bulb are making their mix clearer (and in my opinion, more honest) and it did answer my question.
The way I read it 80% of the electricity they buy is from the wholesale market, 45% of which is produced by fossil fuels. That’s what I meant by “they’re buying coal” (although national grid is only 3% coal but it was just an example).
So for me Bulb’s electricity is only ~50% green (20% from renewable generators then 80% from the grid of which 36% is renewable 36x0.8 = 28.8% ~ 30% cause I’m nice). The rest is REGOs and I agree with you I don’t think it contributes massively in shifting energy towards renewables so we can pretty much call it greenwashing. Do you agree with my thinking?