Green and Sustainable Broadband

At Wildanet we’re aiming to be the greenest internet service provider in the South West. We want to make sure our activities leave as small a carbon footprint as possible. In fact we’d rather leave no footprint at all, which is why we are committed to becoming a carbon negative business.

We are already certified as a ‘Carbon Neutral Organisation’ and have offset our own emissions by investing in a hydro-electric scheme in rural Sumatra. The power plant on the Musi River is saving more than half a million tonnes of CO2 a year, and has created 50 jobs in the local rural community.

As well as offsetting our carbon emissions, we are also changing our behaviours too. Here are just some of the actions we’re taking towards being a more green and sustainable provider.

Sourcing all our electricity from 100% renewable suppliers

Transitioning our fleet of cars, vans, forklifts and cherry pickers to all-electric

Discouraging non-essential travel and reducing car use by our team

Encouraging our people to be energy-efficient - at home and in the office

Supporting hybrid working, remote meetings and less commuting

Investing in on-site renewables where possible

Using a zero to landfill waste management company

Refurbishing historic Westbourne House in Liskeard as our new HQ

Planting thousands of new trees around the World

We’ve partnered with Treeapp, and are helping to plant thousands of new trees across the World.

Wildanet has pledged to plant a new tree for every property our new fibre network passes to create a social, environmental, and economic impact for communities around the world.

Take a tour of our zero to landfill waste management centre