Government aims to 'double-down' on clean power and CCS to achieve net zero grid

Michael Holder
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SSE's Beatrice offshore wind farm | Credit: SSE
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SSE's Beatrice offshore wind farm | Credit: SSE

Target to fully decarbonise electricity system by 2035 confirmed as Energy UK calls for end to new unabated gas power in UK

The government has promised to "double-down" on wind, solar, hydrogen, nuclear and carbon capture and storage over the next 15 years, as it today confirmed it is targeting a fully decarbonised electricity...

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