Wales and West Utilities

Utilities

Wales and West Utilities look after the pipes that keep the gas flowing to heat the homes and power businesses of 7.5m people across Wales and south west England. They operate the gas emergency service, connect new homes and businesses, and upgrade the gas network so it’s safe today and fit for the future. Aligning its work to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the company is committed to playing its part in delivering a sustainable future and helping the UK get to Net Zero by 2050. Power stations connected to its network support renewables like wind and solar power while green gas is already transported to almost 200,000 homes. Additionally, company’s network supplies bus garages in three locations across the south west of England, fuelling CNG buses that improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions from public transport.

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Wales and West Utilities publicly states a focus on the following goals

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Wales and West Utilities publicly declares measurable commitments to the following goals

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Wales and West Utilities publicly shares examples of how its actions are supporting the goals

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Wales and West Utilities shares data showing its progress towards the goals

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Wales and West Utilities shares information about involving its suppliers in environmental / social issues but doesn’t mention involving them in supporting the goals

Review date: 29 June 2021
Country: United Kingdom