Director of the University of Aberdeen’s Centre of Energy Transition, Professor John Underhill, has welcome the UK Government’s publication of a new energy strategy, stating that it presents a ‘holistic approach’ to sustainability.
The British Energy Security Strategy, announced on April 6th, laid out the UK Government’s commitments to accelerating deployment of low-carbon energy sources such as carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) technologies and hydrogen.
Stating that the strategy recognises the ‘inherent complexity’ of our energy supplies, Underhill added that it also shows an appreciation of what contributes to our current energy system.
“It presents a holistic approach governed by the need for secure, affordable, ethical, environmentally sustainable, and low carbon energy supplies,” he said.
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