The Government’s Net Zero target is nothing if not ambitious. It involves nothing less than decarbonising the British economy – energy, manufacturing, transport and agriculture included – all in the space of just a few decades.
But while there is a glut of potentially exciting new low-carbon technologies, and some encouraging signs that renewables are getting a lot cheaper, there’s still a huge question mark over how feasible the 2050 target is.
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