Inside A Cleaner Energy Future

Cleaner Transport

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.

Cleaner Power

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.

Our Response to Climate Change

Shell has set a target to be a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, in step with society.

Electric Mobility

Powering more of the cars we drive with clean energy 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 electric mobility charging needs of electric vehicle drivers – at home, at work or on the go.


Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements in the universe and could play a significant role in the transition to a clean and low-carbon energy system. Shell sees potential for the use of hydrogen in a variety of areas, from transport to industry to heating. Find out more below.

Shell Energy Retail

Home energy for households in Great Britain: 100% renewable electricity, as well as gas, smart home technology, broadband and exclusive loyalty rewards.

Carbon Capture and Storage

As demand for energy increases, the world faces a huge challenge: reduce carbon emissions, limit temperature rises and tackle climate change. Carbon capture and storage is a technology that is often talked about as being a part of the solution. Find out more about this technology and the carbon capture projects Shell is working on in the UK.

Nature-based solutions

The world needs a range of measures to limit carbon dioxide emissions while meeting rising energy demand. They include the protection and restoration of natural ecosystems such as forests, grasslands and wetlands. So how do such “nature-based solutions” work and what is Shell doing to support them?