Following a COP26 event met with a lukewarm reception by many, international focus on the importance of reducing harmful emissions for industrial sectors has magnified. As coal is slowly phased out, the UK energy transition will require further investment to support scaling up of alternative energy technologies such as carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and green and blue hydrogen.
Providing relevant targets are met for funding and subsequent infrastructure and technology development, the UK could become a leader in the global drive to meet net zero ambitions, according to Steve Scrimshaw, Vice President, Siemens Energy.
Placing itself on the frontlines of the war against climate change, Siemens Energy has taken an active role in reducing its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, bolstered by having its own emissions reduction targets verified by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
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