How the UK could meet its net zero goals ahead of schedule

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Thanks to myriad technologies - hydrogen hydride batteries, EV batteries, home solar power, and other renewables - the UK energy grid could look very different in 2030, writes Plextek's Laurence Weir

Energy generation in the UK will have to look dramatically different if we are to meet our promised carbon targets by 2030. While wind, solar and other renewables make up a significant and growing share...

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