Thames Water reviews data centres’ water use as London hosepipe ban looms
The village had voted overwhelmingly for it. Some said the residents had no real choice. There weren’t many other options in that area. Those that could had moved away believing things were better in the South or in the city or somewhere… the grass must be greener. So when the company had offered to build on the outskirts of the village, well what was there to lose? The company’s spokesperson had told them about everything the company would bring, all that the residents would now have. A handful of jobs, but more importantly, water and electricity. Branded but on tap.