Alongside a ramp up in nuclear power, the British Energy Security Strategy envisages up to 50 GW of offshore wind and 10 GW of hydrogen – half of which would be so-called green hydrogen – by 2030.
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The U.K. government has revealed details of its long awaited, “bold” energy security strategy, but critics have derided its inclusion of fossil fuels and what they view as a lack of ambition.
In a release Wednesday, the government heralded a “major acceleration of homegrown power in Britain’s plan for greater energy independence.”
The plans — known as the British Energy Security Strategy — mean that more “cleaner” and “affordable”…