Aldi Nord has announced that it is offering green electricity and climate-friendly gas at attractive prices.
The discounter has teamed up with energy provider 123energie, the online brand of the Pfalzwerke from Ludwigshafen, to offer green energy via Aldi Grünstrom.
Aldi Nord will source green electricity from 100% sustainable hydropower from TÜV SÜD-certified power plants in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and France.
The company is also offering Aldi green gas for climate-friendly heating, which will reduce CO2 emissions and drive the energy transition.
Dirk Rückwart, director of electronics and services at Aldi Nord, commented, “We always offer our customers high-quality services and products at an attractive price.
“Aldi green electricity and Aldi green gas are not only a cheap option for energy supply, but also an active contribution to climate protection."
Aldi Grünstrom and Aldi Ökogas offer customers two tariff plans - a contract with a flexible term, or an offer with an attractive new customer bonus.
To subscribe to the service, customers can either visit the Aldi Grünstrom website or contact the 123energie service hotline.
Upon sharing the estimated annual energy consumption and the postcode of residence, customers are provided information about the availability of the service in their area and its cost.
123energie supports climate protection projects all over the world, which are ‘Gold Standard' certified.
The Gold Standard certification was co-developed under the direction of the WWF and Germany’s environment ministry.