Powering more of the cars we drive with clean electricity is essential to addressing both growing CO₂ emissions and air pollution across the UK. That’s why Shell is investing in EV infrastructure to meet the charging needs of electric vehicle drivers.
Shell UK and COVID-19
COVID-19 is having a major impact on all our daily lives. Find out what Shell UK is doing to help customers, colleagues and local communities during these challenging times.
Shell Energy – we’re here to help | COVID-19
We’re closely following government advice on COVID-19 (coronavirus) as the situation develops. We want to make sure we continue to give our customers all the support they need, while still protecting the wellbeing of both our staff and customers.
As the COVID-19 pandemic seriously impacts people’s health and livelihoods, Shell is working to assist in the global response to the virus.
Tackling climate change while continuing to meet the world’s energy needs is one of the greatest challenges faced by society. Shell fully supports the goals of the Paris Agreement and, in the UK, the Government’s ambitious target of net zero emissions by 2050.
Shell wants to be a leading player in the transport system of tomorrow. That is why we are taking action today, investing in a range of new transport fuels with low or no carbon emissions, and helping our customers to offset the transport emissions that are less easy to avoid.
As the world changes and customer needs change, Shell is adapting too. We aim to make electricity a significant business for Shell, one that in the future could sit alongside oil, gas and chemicals.
Find the right oil for your car with our lubricant locator tool. Select your vehicle's year, make, model and engine to find the right oil and where to buy.
Shell Go+ makes every visit better. Discover how to enjoy great rewards - from money off to freebies, all on your phone.