To help the UK meet its climate change target of Net Zero by 2050, the energy sector and heavy industry must decarbonise as rapidly as possible.
Sembcorp is committed to decarbonising the Wilton International site and, since entering the UK market in 2003, has commissioned a series of major projects that have saved hundreds of thousands of tonnes of CO2 emissions. However, there’s still a way to go, and the company is currently developing strategies and evaluating technologies to achieve its sustainability goals.
In this week’s featured articles, we take look at Sembcorp Energy UK’s decarbonisation journey so far, the work still to do, and the technologies that could help us reach our goals.
Reducing Carbon Emissions at Wilton International: The Journey So Far
Sembcorp Energy UK’s sustainability drive builds on two decades of adopting cleaner technologies to reduce emissions and increase the use of sustainable resources. Read more here. >>
Decarbonising energy-intensive industry: where does H2 fit in?
Hydrogen could be key to delivering ‘Net Zero’. As Sembcorp Energy UK develops Wilton International’s decarbonisation strategy, we ask: ‘where does H₂ fit in?’ Read more here. >>
By Sembcorp Utilities (UK)