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The cost to plug the "water poverty gap" could be up to £720 million, according to a report commissioned by Water UK. It shows the number of people living in water poverty in England and Wales is greater than previously calculated as of 2019/20, with more than 4 million households struggling to pay their bills.
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Severn Trent has set its reduction targets for direct, indirect and supply chain greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 in line with guidelines from the Science Based Targets Initiative
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As part of a sector-wide pledge to reach carbon net zero by 2030 water companies are having to make big changes to vehicle fleets. Utility Week talks to SES Water’s energy and carbon manager Henrietta Stock, about the progress the company has made so far and the challenges ahead in terms of electrifying HGVs.
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Water companies met the lowest number of performance commitments in 2019/20 compared to the rest of AMP6, with 63 per cent reached. Despite that, public trust has risen and put the industry above the energy sector.
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To reach carbon net-zero by 2030 Yorkshire Water has opened a tender for the building and operation of 150 solar PV arrays to generate electricity for the company across its sites.
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The Committee on Climate Change has called on Defra to increase water metering, set more ambitious leakage and consumption targets and introduce mandatory water efficiency labelling. Anglian Water's climate change and carbon manager Matt Pluke welcomed the recognition of the water sector’s role in achieving the net zero target but said more needs to be done to eliminate emissions from heating.
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