It’s widely believed that if we can achieve Net Zero carbon emissions, we stand a chance of slowing down the effects of climate change. The UK Government has made it a legal requirement to reach Net Zero by 2050. And we’re doing everything we can to help at EDF.
Whether it’s building new nuclear power stations. Investing in renewables – like wind turbines, solar panels and battery storage. Or supporting homes in switching to a low-carbon lifestyle, with electric cars and electric heating.
The Net Zero Challenge is a way for students to understand the changes that are required on a national and local scale to reach Net Zero. And how they can take social action within their own community to make a difference.