Who are we?We’re The Eco Experts, a group of climate-friendly writers who can tell you exactly how to cut your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint – all while improving your home.Since 2009, our London-based team has helped people all over the UK to go green in the most cost-efficient, energy-efficient ways, staying one step ahead of the latest grants, technology, and trends to provide you with the best options.Your home is important. We can help you make it work better for you and the planet.Our service explainedWe can help you in two ways:Firstly, get the inside track with our comprehensive guides to everything from insulation and heat pumps to electric vehicles and solar panels, all based on the latest prices and research.Find out how much you’d pay for different home improvements, how much they’d save you and the climate over their lifespan, and which company makes the best versions.Secondly, use our quick and easy quote-comparison tool. With just a few of your details, this free service can put you in touch with some of our trusted suppliers, who’ll provide you with competitive quotes tailored to you.Our missionTo help people who care about the planet reduce their energy costs with expert information about green technology.We also help these people by finding them a relevant provider.How do we match you with suppliers?When you’ve decided a product or service is right for you, just fill in the form at the top of any page, and we’ll carefully match you with one (or more) of our suppliers. All you need to do is provide us with some basic details about yourself and your needs, such as:your nameyour postcodehow much you spend on energy billsWhy do we need this information?Knowing your name and location means we can find the best provider (or providers) offering services in your area. Depending on the product or service you’re interested in, we may also need some extra information from you to make sure we can match you with the best supplier for your needs.One you’ve completed the form, our suppliers will then get in touch and provide you with a personalised quote based on the details you provided. This can be done over the phone, but sometimes they’ll need to arrange a visit to your home or workplace to provide you with an accurate price.Our teamWe’ve collected the best and brightest minds to create content that will save you money and the planet – and here they are. Charlie Clissitt, EditorCharlie has been researching and writing about the home energy market since 2017, and he has been the editor of The Eco Experts since 2021. Charlie’s thoughts on solar panels have seen him featured in various publications, including The Times, Ideal Home, and Grand Designs Magazine. Ever since he can remember, Charlie has worried about the planet, and he one day dreams of owning a solar power farm. Josh Jackman, Lead WriterJosh has written about eco-friendly home improvements and climate change since 2019. His work has been displayed on the front page of the Financial Times, he’s been interviewed by BBC One’s Rip-Off Britain, and he’s regularly featured in The Telegraph. Josh regularly attends Grand Designs Live as a Green Living Expert, giving bespoke advice to members of the public about heat pumps and solar panels. Beth Howell, Content ManagerBeth has been writing about green tech, the environment, and climate change since 2019 – with her work being featured in publications such as The BBC, Forbes, The Express, Greenpeace, and in multiple academic journals. Whether you’re after a new set of solar panels, energy-saving tips, or advice on how to reduce your carbon footprint, she’s got you covered. Tom Gill, WriterTom joined The Eco Experts in 2021 and has since covered the carbon footprint of the Roman Empire, profiled the world’s largest solar farms, and investigated what a 100% renewable UK would look like. Tom has a particular interest in the global energy market and how it works, including the ongoing semiconductor shortage, the future of hydrogen, and Cornwall’s growing lithium industry. Tatiana Lebreton, WriterTatiana has written about multiple environmental topics, including heat pumps, energy-efficient household products, and solar panels. She is dedicated to demystifying green tech to make eco-friendly living more accessible. Before settling back in her native city of London, Tatiana lived in various other cities, across three different countries. She’s witnessed varying approaches and attitudes towards tackling the climate crisis in her time abroad, and uses this experience to inform her writing. Tatiana is dedicated to opening up the conversation around green energy to a wider audience.Our Editorial ProcessAt The Eco Experts, we’re dedicated to providing you with all the information you need to cut your greenhouse gas emissions while saving money at the same time.We meet this goal by publishing useful information in a timely, clear manner that explains green concepts and solutions without downplaying their complexity.And we ensure everything that appears on the site contains the highest levels of accuracy, journalistic integrity, and data analysis by relying solely on our in-house Eco Experts.In an industry where it’s all too easy to make an unwise investment in a new piece of eco-friendly technology and put your warmth, power, and savings at risk, we strive to give you and the world a greener, more cost-effective future you can trust.Here’s how we achieve it. Our sourcesWe only use information and statistics from reliable, up-to-date sources – and we always name our source.Our most common sources include UK government data, the Energy Saving Trust, the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), and intergovernmental bodies like the International Energy Agency.We base all of our analysis and recommendations on data provided by trustworthy sources like these.And when there’s not yet enough data to draw solid conclusions on a new green product or government scheme, we’ll tell you. Updating our contentWe regularly update our content to make sure that it’s accurate and relevant in a constantly changing world.We also ensure our calculations are based on the most recent data.This means that whether you’re looking into electric cars, solar panels, or free boiler schemes, you can always rely on our price details, product information, and analysis to make decisions about your household’s future. AccessibilityWe know our readers have different levels of knowledge about eco-friendly products and schemes.That’s why we start from the beginning, with the most basic information, and build all the way up to the more complex details.No matter your level of understanding, we work to create outstanding content that will give you the tools you need to make your home greener and more energy efficient.We’re also aware that readers will be willing to spend different amounts of money on going eco-friendly and cutting their energy bills.Because of this, we write with every segment of society in mind, so all our readers can contribute to the fight against climate change while they save money. FeedbackOur work is always thoroughly checked by at least one other expert in green products and writing, to make sure our articles are clear and correct, down to the smallest detail.We also encourage feedback from our readers, and ensure we address and action it as soon as possible.If you ever have any feedback or corrections you’d like to give us, just get in touch with our editor, Charlie Clissitt, who’s available via email@example.com.Contact usWant to contact us about one of our articles? Have a question about any of the products, services, or grants we write about? Great, we’d love to hear from you.Just email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.Want to be considered as a supplier?Register your interest through our Supplier Sign Up form.