There are clear calls for and a push towards a cleaner energy future, but it is also generally acknowledged that the huge and growing demand for electricity in the UK cannot yet be reliably delivered by renewable energy sources alone. Therefore, a transition period is necessary, during which it makes sense to maximise the use of gas, the cleanest fossil fuel, while further work is undertaken on the development of cost-effective renewable generation and storage technologies.
On Wednesday the UK government announced its ambition to eradicate the country’s contribution to global warming entirely by 2050. The statutory instrument laid before parliament introduces a legally binding net zero target for carbon emissions by the middle of this century. The UK becomes the first country in the G7 to legislate for net zero emissions and encouraged other major economies to follow their lead.
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