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Infographic: UK net zero vision: coastal regeneration drives transition policies

The UK's 10-point climate plan pledges to regenerate the country's regional industrial heartlands, promoting offshore wind, carbon capture, sustainable hydrogen and mass production of EV batteries.

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An Energy White Paper, along with strategies for heat and buildings, are to follow, forming cornerstones of a net zero policy framework. Increased ambition for the electrification of transport and heat join beefed up policies on nuclear.

And while the government sees a continued need for an oil and gas sector, net zero requires reductions in emissions from upstream processes, with the E&P industry seeking to integrate facilities with renewable sources.

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Infographic: UK net zero vision: coastal regeneration drives transition policies

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