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The British government wants all renewable electricity by 2035

The British government wants all renewable electricity by 2035

The country has largely stopped using coal.

October 4, 2021 at 8:20 p.m.

Manchester. By 2035, all electricity in the UK must come from renewable sources. The British government’s Conservative Party announced on Monday that the move would help end the dependence on imported fuel.

“The only way to strengthen Britain’s energy security is to use carbon-free energy produced in the country,” said Quasi-Quarteng, the British Minister of Commerce and Energy.

Premier Boris Johnson He said he hoped the UK would be able to generate “clean energy” by the middle of the next decade, which would include both renewables and nuclear energy.

Most of Britain’s energy comes from renewable sources.

The country has largely stopped using coal, but is still dependent on natural gas. AP notes that rising gas prices around the world are fueling millions of people in the UK

“The advantage of this is that, for the first time, the UK will not be dependent on hydrocarbons from overseas.

Doug Barr, chief scientist of the British Greenpeace, welcomed the British government’s “awareness” that “gas should be removed from the power grid”, but he was disappointed with his continued commitment to nuclear energy.

Upcoming UN General Assembly in Glasgow, Scotland

As a host, the British Prime Minister is increasing the promises of other world leaders to reduce greenhouse gases so that the industry can keep global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial times.