October 21, 2021

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Britain wants to be more independent: by 2035, it will have made a bold commitment

Britain wants to be more independent: by 2035, it will have made a bold commitment

By 2035, all electricity in the UK should come from renewable sources.

The British government’s Conservative Party announced on Monday that the move would help the country end its dependence on imported fuel. “The only way to enhance Britain’s energy security is carbon-neutral energy, which is produced in that country.” British Minister of Enterprise and Energy Kwasi Kwarteng said.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he believes the UK will be able to “produce clean energy” by the middle of the next decade.Which includes renewable energy sources as well as nuclear energy.

Most of Britain’s energy comes from renewable sources. The country has largely stopped using coal, but it still relies on natural gas. High gas prices around the world are driving up the energy bills of millions of people in Britain, according to the Associated Press

The advantage is that this will mean, for the first time, that the UK will not be dependent on hydrocarbons from abroad “With all the contradictions in oil and gas prices and the dangers they pose to the pockets of people and consumers,” Johnson said at his party’s annual conference in Manchester.

British scientist Greenpeace Doug Bar “consciously” welcomed the British government “The gas needs to be removed from the electricity system”But he added that he was disappointed by his continued commitment to nuclear energy.

Johnson is working to improve the UK’s green commitments ahead of the upcoming UN climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, scheduled for late October. As host, the British Prime Minister is urging other world leaders to step up their promises to reduce greenhouse gases so that the world can keep global warming at 1.5°C compared to the pre-industrial era.

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