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Powering the UK's energy future

The Next Five Podcast: the future of energy

Top industry experts discuss fusion and hydrogen potential to hit net zero

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How to power the planet while lowering the carbon footprint

With innovative technologies and commitment to net zero, reducing emissions is possible

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Northern Lights: crunching the numbers on carbon storage

Putting CO2 back in the ground will be key to meeting UK climate targets. So how does one of the world's most ambitious carbon transport and storage projects measure up?

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preview of article: Northern Lights: crunching the numbers on carbon storage

Carbon removal and reduction: Maintaining Earth's natural cycle

From natural CO2 sinks to carbon capture and storage projects, these are solutions that can help meet net zero targets.

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Next step net zero: How UK hydrogen project could decarbonise industrial heartland

Equinor and its Zero Carbon Humber Partnership is tackling the UK's carbon intensive industrial heartland, in turn opening the door for a European hydrogen economy.

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Floating offshore wind: a fix for the future energy mix

20 years ago, turbines that float out at sea was just an idea. Now a reality, Equinor’s Hywind Scotland has positioned the UK as a global leader. With larger projects on the horizon, reporter Tom Parker looks at how floating offshore wind could help decarbonise the world’s power supplies.

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Living la vida verde: energy ecosystems in the UK

The transition to a renewable future is a journey we are all on together. Reporter Tom Parker travels to Northumberland before the UK’s largest offshore wind farm opens in 2023 to see the positive impact that the energy transition is already having on our communities.

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The collaborative energy transition in the UK

The UK’s climate change targets require a coordinated transition to reach net zero by 2050. For Britain to become a low carbon economy, businesses and government must work together.

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Hydrogen in the Humber: decarbonising the UK’s largest industrial emitter of CO2

The Humber region is the UK’s largest emitter of CO2, with 37 per cent of CO2 emissions from the UK’s six largest industrial clusters coming from the Humber. Equinor and the Zero Carbon Humber partnership aims to build the world's first net zero industrial cluster by introducing a new Hydrogen economy to the region.

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The challenging journey to net zero

Becoming a net zero economy by 2050 will require a complex effort over the next thirty years. How can the UK deliver that transition?

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Full blown: building the world's largest offshore wind farm in the UK

Construction has begun on the world’s largest offshore wind farm off the east coast of England in the North Sea. When fully operational in 2026, Dogger Bank Wind Farm will produce enough renewable electricity to supply five per cent of UK’s demand and power around five million homes each year.

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preview of article: Full blown: building the world's largest offshore wind farm in the UK

From oil rigs to carbon storage: a personal account of working in the energy transition

With Britain heading for a net zero economy by 2050, what is it like to be working in the energy sector as the UK transitions to a renewable future? Equinor employee, Dr Peter McFadzean discusses his transition from Oil and Gas to Carbon Capture and Storage solutions.

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preview of article: From oil rigs to carbon storage: a personal account of working in the energy transition

Will Carbon Capture and Storage provide the solution to decarbonise important industries in Britain?

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a vital technology that captures CO2. and stores it safely underground. For the UK, CCS will have to play a key role if it is to become a net zero emissions economy by 2050.

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The future is afloat

The UK government wants every home to be powered by offshore wind in 2030. Reporter, Juliet Mann, explores how floating offshore wind technology pioneered by leading energy provider, Equinor, is essential in helping the UK reach this ambitious target.

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There will be no net zero without carbon capture and hydrogen

Hydrogen will be crucial if the UK is to meet its 30-year target of bringing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero. In order to cut emissions, we will need to create a hydrogen economy, and for the hydrogen economy to succeed, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is essential.

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World’s first net zero cluster

An ambitious plan led by Equinor and its Zero Carbon Humber partners is underway to transform the region's carbon-intensive industries into the world's first net zero industrial hub. In turn it will unlock a new cutting-edge hydrogen economy that will play a major role in helping the UK reach net zero.

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