Does being at home sometimes feel like you’re a detective in a TV crime drama? “Who left the lights on?” “Who turned the heating up?” “Who left the TV on?”
We’re all questioning how we can use less energy: it’s not just good for our wallets; it’s good for the environment, too.
But, while we try to keep down our energy use at home, the world’s demand is at an all-time high − and getting higher every day.
Two billion more of us will be sharing this planet in the next few decades.
And they’ll need energy too.
At BP, we’re leaving no stone unturned to provide that extra energy the world needs while finding new ways to produce and deliver it with fewer emissions.
We call it the dual challenge.
And, here are some of the ways that we’re rising to that challenge.
We’re boosting supplies of cleaner-burning natural gas.
We’ve also put our know-how into developing fuels that make cars run more efficiently.
And, if your car runs on electricity, we’re now behind the largest EV charging network in the UK.
More energy with fewer emissions? We see possibilities everywhere to help the world keep advancing.
As we look to the future we’re working to make every part of our business lower carbon
To find out more about what BP is doing to provide greater quantities of energy to the world while lowering emissions, read our Advancing the energy transition report.
BP Magazine asks ‘what if’ questions about the future energy mix and the path of greenhouse gas emissions.
BP leaders speak on the benefits of abundant, affordable and clean-burning natural gas at the World Gas Conference.