Where does decarbonised energy come from?

Enabling revolutionary progress

Enabling revolutionary progress

Where does decarbonised energy come from?

Dr Martin Hanton, Technical Director, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory


Dr Martin Hanton’s second video in this sustainability and net zero series discusses where our decarbonised energy comes from. We know our energy system needs to be much more diverse than ever before but will it be 100% renewable energy such as wind and solar? Will fossil fuels still be needed in 2050? What are the benefits of nuclear energy?

With our extensive experience across many sectors, TÜV SÜD has been able to adapt our services to cover this future energy system. We cover all technologies in all sectors including batteries, hydrogen, wind and nuclear. Contact us to see how we can support you on your net zero journey.

Where does decarbonised energy from?


Sustainability Hurdles in Achieving Net Zero

Sustainability and the Challenges of Net Zero

In the first of a three part series, Dr. Martin Hanton discusses the major sustainability and net zero challenges that organisations need to start addressing towards decarbonisation and sustainability.

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