The Thameswey Group was founded to develop and operate sustainable energy supplies and this continues to be one of our core business activities. Our low carbon energy networks have grown to include district heating and cooling alongside private wire electricity generated by our combined heat and power (CHP) plants in Woking and Milton Keynes, and renewable solar power generated by our photovoltaic (PV) installations. Through our companies Thameswey Energy, Thameswey Central Milton Keynes and Thameswey Solar, we have over 12 years experience in both developing and managing low carbon decentralised energy projects.
Thameswey Sustainable Communities Limited (TSC) provides a wide range of support services to the Thameswey Group and our customers. TSC offers technical, strategic and project management services to both public and private sector clients in the fields of sustainable energy, energy efficiency and climate change mitigation.
Thameswey Housing Ltd currently owns and manages over 245 homes within the borough.
Thameswey was one of the first developers in the UK to achieve Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5 with its development of 12 new family homes at Brookwood Farm and was featured in a case study by the Zero Carbon Hub. Our development of 42 new family homes at Rydens Way, Old Woking has applied much of the learning acquired at Brookwood Farm, combining exceptionally high standards of thermal insulation with heat recovery ventilation, rainwater harvesting and roof-integrated PV modules to generating renewable energy.
A clear focus on quality and Carbon reduction, we have doubled our turnover since inception. Over 75% of our clients come from the council and public sector properties and the balance of our business from the private market.
Action Surrey offers advice to residents, schools and businesses on how to reduce energy and water consumption.