Sat, 2 December 2023

Newsletter sign-up

Subscribe now
The House Live All
London’s super sewer is nearly here – but we must keep making progress Partner content
By Andy Mitchell CBE, Tideway CEO
COP28 – Solar’s chance to shine Partner content
By Lightsource bp
Press releases

Low carbon technology working together is the right approach to take

Tom Greatrex | Nuclear Industry Association

1 min read Partner content

We hope the Government will support “green” hydrogen, since our goal is to use hydrogen to reduce emissions.

The UK Government’s commitment to large, small and advanced nuclear as part of the future energy mix is an important pointer towards how we will achieve net zero.

All zero emissions technologies will need to play their part for net zero to become a reality.

It is welcome to see the scale of that ambition recognised, with detail to come in the Energy White Paper, which will be vitally important. Meeting net zero while delivering long term, skilled jobs, economic growth and export potential are the opportunities for the country.

Low carbon technology working together – not being pitted against each other – is the right approach to take.

We welcome the Government setting a 2030 target for low-carbon hydrogen production.

Nuclear power can produce clean, “green” hydrogen without any carbon emissions, so it has a critical role to play in developing the hydrogen economy.

We hope the Government will support “green” hydrogen, since our goal is to use hydrogen to reduce emissions.

There is no use in deploying hydrogen if we have to emit large amount of carbon to create it

Associated Organisation
Engineering a Better World

The Engineering a Better World podcast series from The House magazine and the IET is back for series two! New host Jonn Elledge discusses with parliamentarians and industry experts how technology and engineering can provide policy solutions to our changing world.

NEW SERIES - Listen now

Partner content
Connecting Communities

Connecting Communities is an initiative aimed at empowering and strengthening community ties across the UK. Launched in partnership with The National Lottery, it aims to promote dialogue and support Parliamentarians working to nurture a more connected society.

Find out more