We are raising our low carbon ambitions, aiming to be net zero across operations, production and sales by 2050 or sooner.
bp hosted Ruth Sunderland of The Mail on Sunday on a visit to our projects on Teesside. Here, in her piece for the UK national newspaper, she explains her family history in the region and the green energy hub now being established.
In Aberdeen, we’re advancing big hydrogen plans – in miniature. Working with Aberdeen City Council, our transport model is running on hydrogen fuel, helping us to develop digital solutions aimed at having a big impact on decarbonizing transport. Watch this video to see how one small model could potentially help a city’s transportation system with its aim to reach net zero.
London EVs get charged
It’s now even easier for EV drivers across London to get back on the road. We’ve just finished installing more than 300 rapid charge points for consumers and fleets, together with Transport for London. Projects like these are what will get bp to our aim of 100,000 charging points installed this decade. We switched on around 9,000 globally in 2022.
Ready for wind
High-tech Seawatch® Wind Lidar buoys scope the Irish Sea before construction can begin on two new wind farms. Our UK projects have the potential to generate 6GW – enough to power the equivalent of around 6 million UK homes. (Based on the most recently available average domestic household electricity consumption and load factor figures.)
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