A Ten Point Plan to reduce emissions was released this week by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Key pillars of the plan include clean hydrogen, carbon capture and storage (CCS), zero-carbon transport and offshore wind.
The plan, which aims to push the UK towards net-zero emissions, sees a £12 billion government investment.
Furthermore, it will create 250,000 new jobs in “green” industries.
Released on 17 November, the plan shows the UK wants to be a pioneer in clean technologies.
Aiming to eradicate the UK’s contribution to climate change by 2050, the plan will become law, as part of the government’s net-zero emissions target.
For details of the ten-point plan click here.