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Getting Net Zero Done- The Crucial Role of Decarbonised Gas and How to Support It


The term ‘decarbonised gas’ refers to biogases, hydrogen, and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS). This strategy paper sets out how decarbonised gas can help to get net zero done by tackling the hard-to-decarbonise sectors – industry, heavy transport and domestic heating – which together account for around 40% of UK greenhouse gas emissions. It also illustrates the crucial importance of supportive public opinion, and sets out in detail how decarbonised gas can help to ensure that net zero is achieved with public support. The report is based on extensive quantitative and qualitative opinion research on climate change in general, net zero emissions in the UK, and the specific decarbonised gas solutions in homes, transport and industry. The full quantitative data is contained in the Supplements tab.

Related subjects: Policy & Socio-Economics
Countries: United Kingdom

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