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  • 2030: Domestic gas production remains a core part of UK energy securityLarge scale electrification to provide clean power to offshore platforms20-30MT CCUS targetOver 40% reduction in gas consumption 2050: Net zero compatible oil and gas sector, supplying the UK economy Energy · Target year: 2050
  • Bring down costs of electricity  networks by up to £10 billion a year by 2050 Energy: Energy supply · Target year: 2050
  • We will double our UK ambition for hydrogen production to up to 10GW by 2030, with at least half of this from electrolytic hydrogen.  There could be 240-500TWh low carbon hydrogen supply by 2050. More details on hydrogen targets page 32. Energy: Hydrogen · Target year: 2030
  • Our aim is to lead the world once again in a technology we pioneered so that by 2050, up to a quarter of our power consumed in Great Britain is from nuclear (up to 24GW nuclear installed) Energy: Nuclear · Target year: 2050
  • Solar: we expect a five-fold increase in deployment by 2035. "This could be up to 70GW of solar by 2035." Energy: Renewable Energy: Solar · Target year: 2035





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