As the UK government makes plans for a Green Industrial Revolution to lower greenhouse gas emissions being emitted into the atmosphere to 100% by 2050, countries are joining in on the Race to Zero and a demand for Real Zero is being stressed. In this article, we will be exploring Real Zero and the Hydrogen Movement by answering the following questions: What is the hydrogen movement? and How can renewable energy help to achieve Real Zero? Keep reading to learn about the UK government's renewable energy plans to #ONEUPYOURBUSINESS!
Hydrogen is believed to reduce energy consumption and help us cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, supporting the target of achieving Net Zero by 2050.
The hydrogen movement started in 1974, to start the conversation of a hydrogen energy system in order to solve issues around the use of fossil fuels and the impact that fossil fuels have on the environment.
The United Kingdom has already discussed plans around hydrogen with the ambitions of generating 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by the year 2030 for powering homes and transport. As well as, setting plans to ban sales for diesel and gasoline powered passenger vehicles by the start of 2035 to help support the adoption of electric vehicles. We have discussed more in depth about what the government tends to do to build back better, support green jobs, and accelerate our path to Net Zero in our previous article the Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution where you can gain more insight in other key areas of how they will tackle climate change including hydrogen.
With hydrogen being recognised as providing a positive change to the environment, we look into alternative energy sources of existing technologies that can enable a greener future. The use of renewables like solar and wind energy are alternatives to fossil fuels, and with the UK government's Net Zero targets, we'll be focussing on how implementing renewable energy can help the UK to achieve Real Zero:
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