Thames Water makes big splash for Net Zero by 2030

Nine years after plotting its first steps towards carbon neutrality, Britain’s biggest water utility today sets out its final plan to scoring Net Zero for all its operations this decade.

Thames Water, now with 15 million customers, reckons it has already lopped 68% out of its 1990-era carbon emissions, despite adding over 4 million new accounts in two decades.

Thames is the water industry’s biggest generator of renewable electricity, self-generating more than 23% of the power it needs, and buying what it claims as 100% certified renewable electricity​ for the rest.

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