SMS focuses on going carbon-neutral by 2030: The SMS smart meter installer plans to become a carbon-neutral organisation by 2030.

SMS plans to adopt the use of electric vehicles (EVs) across the whole business. The organisation’s guide to net zero includes an expansion in the use of renewable on-site generation and battery storage to power the buisness unit’s inside the UK and Ireland.

As of 2020, SMS said that it stopped an excess of 15,000 tonnes of carbon emissions (TC02E) by introducing  smart meters for energy providers.

An award called the ‘Green Economy Mark’ was given to SMS because they created over half of their yearly revenue by utilising green services the award was given by the London Stock Exchange.

“We are today committing to become a carbon-neutral company by 2030. Our long-term ambition, however, does not end there.” stated the CEO of SMS, Alan Foy.

“On reaching this net zero goal at the end of the decade, our aim is to thereafter become a carbon-negative business by targeting scope 3 carbon reductions across our entire value chain.”

SMS focuses on going carbon-neutral by 2030

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