Thames Water adds wind turbine to renewables portfolio at Crossness sewage works

Thames Water is building a £5 million wind turbine to power 4 per cent of its Crossness sewage treatment works in east London. The turbine is expected to generate power equivalent to the usage of up to 13,000 homes on a windy day.

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