Blend of low-carbon solutions
The energy systems of the future will be built around a blend of low-carbon solutions. This will include renewables like solar, onshore and offshore wind, as well as biofuels and net-zero hydrogen.
Integrating these different options together alongside storage solutions, will be central to making a net zero world possible.
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