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26.08.2019 @ 12:56 Posted by Jesper Johannesen

Do you love bike racing, and can you just sit in front of the TV for multiple hours, mesmerized by the intensity and drama of the sport, which you can be sure always is there. But does it also pain you at the very back of your mind, when you let the television constantly devour electricity, whilst watching the bike riders struggling to get through the stage of the day? Then it is about time that you consider a subscription to blueenergy. Here you do not have to worry about your electricity’s impact on climate change, and thus can leave the TV running all day on 100 percent green energy. It does not matter if you live in an apartment or a house - with Blue Energy you will receive a tailored package deal that guaranteed will cover all your needs, no matter where and when in life you find yourself. The range of solutions are easy to grasp, just like a phone subscription, so you are ensured full transparency when it is time for you to select the subscription fit to your needs. Each type of subscription can consist of 100 percent climate friendly electricity, unlimited WI-FI and Blue Benefit, which is several discounts for your everyday life. You can also buy each service  separately. If you like the sound of all of this, you might have the feeling that this is too good to be true. But you can be confident. Just look at the reviews of Blue Energy on reputable online review platforms. Here customers on average give Blue Energy four out of five stars, which is the equivalent of 8.3 out of 10 - based on 3944 reviews in total. 

Subscriptions and prices 

Blue Energy offers you a large range of solutions, and it is always possible to find a solution that fits your needs. The smallest solution is Blue Flex Small, where you pay for your needs, costing nine DKK a month plus the amount of energy used. This is similar to the subscription called Blue Flex, where you pay for your energy used, whilst also getting access to free movies every Sunday - 100 percent relaxation at 100 percent green energy. The price for this is 45 DKK a month. After this come the two most selected types of subscriptions, namely Blue Fri and Blue Fri Hus. Here, the difference lies in whether you live in an apartment or a house. If you are in an apartment, you will receive unlimited climate friendly energy corresponding to up to 6.000 kilowatt hours. If you live in a house, you will receive up to 10.000 kilowatt hours. In addition to this, you will receive access to Blue Benefits and streaming free movies each sunday. The price for this is 159 DKK if you live in an apartment, and 259 DKK if you live in a house. If we compare you the biggest supplier of electricity in Denmark, Ørsted, you will receive merely 4500 kilowatt hours at the price of 158 DKK per month. It is clear that you will save most costs with Blue Energy, and then you will also be invited to a world of discounts with Blue Benefit. 

Blue Benefit 

With Blue Benefit you get access to over 2800 discounts covering all parts of the country, giving you many opportunities to spoil yourself and your loved ones. The discounts cover all types of categories. It can be vacations, adventures, sports equipment and household staples and groceries. You just have to get started and exploit the endless possibilities for discounts that you will receive at Blue Energy. 

 

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