Working with key stakeholders we will strive to:

  1. Continue advocating for Government to commit and deliver on commitments to fund the commercial scale-up of step change technologies (e.g. hydrogen and CCU/S) that will enable us to continue participating in the low carbon transition at regional and local levels whilst at the same time ensuring our competitiveness and preventing production and carbon leakage;
  2. Meet our ambition based on delivery of the above measures, representing a halving of direct GHG emissions by 2034 and a reduction of ~94% by 2050 compared with a 2018 baseline in line with the Climate Change Committee’s advice for the 6th carbon budget;
  3. Increase circular economy thinking in our processes and products through value chain approaches and advocate for regulatoryframeworks supportive of industrial symbiosis and chemical recycling;
  4. Increase circularity in other sectors and the wider economy through climate change and circular solutions;
  5. Drive forward the decarbonisation of the economy by contributing to and supporting green finance initiatives; and
  6. Move toward the use of more renewable sources of energy