We believe it is imperative that everyone starts to take more
responsibility for their environmental impact and to take steps
towards reducing their carbon footprint. We all want to live and
work in a more environmentally friendly and sustainable way, so
with that in mind we have developed a greener Utilities Scheme
focused on two key areas – Energy and Water and we have done
all the work for you so you can focus on what you do best.

With HTA board support, this has seen us partnering with Good
Energy for Electricity and Gas supply and Waterplus for water
supply. We have chosen both of these partners due to their
impeccable green credentials and their appetite to work with
the HTA membership. Whilst offering members excellent value
and superb customer service, both partners will be providing
additional services to ensure that as an HTA member, you
receive help with your specific energy and water challenges,
Furthermore, they are offering better value via our Green
Scheme than can be achieved directly.

Founded in 1999, Good Energy was
the first electricity supplier in the UK
to offer 100% renewable tariffs. All its
electricity is sustainably sourced from
its growing community of over 1400
independent generators across the UK
as well as from its own fleet of 6 solar
parks and 2 wind farms. Good Energy’s
gas is also carbon neutral with 6% of
its gas supply coming from UK sourced
biomethane with the rest being carbon
offset.
Good Energy is trusted by over 5000
UK businesses to supply them with
sustainably sourced energy, including
some of the UK’s most ethical brands:

  • Eden project, Innocent drinks, Pukka
    Herbs, Neal’s Yard, Blenheim Palace,
    Brecon Beacons national park and The
    Soil Association.

When it comes to your water supplies,
the key to being environmentally
friendly is to focus on water efficiency.
That’s where Water Plus are experts.
Water Plus are the largest water
retailer in the UK, supplying one in
three of all business water in England.
They are a joint venture between
United Utilities and Severn Trent, two
companies who have been in the water
market for years.
Water Plus have a blend of water
industry, customer service and utility
retail experience. Their in-depth
water industry knowledge sets them
apart because they can deliver more
than just retail services. Water Plus
can help members to have a better
understanding of how they are using
water, and so how to become more
efficient and save money.

For more information please read our PDF document below:
Green Utilities Scheme