Shell oil just unveiled a plan to move the world away from fossil fuels
Mar 29, 2018
<h5>Royal Dutch Shell just laid out a proposal to move us away from its own product. <br/></h5>
<p>THE WASHINGTON POST -- The company’s <a href="https://www.shell.com/promos/meeting-the-goals-of-the-paris-agreement/_jcr_content.stream/1521983847468/5f624b9260ef2625f319558cbb652f8b23d331933439435d7a0fc7003f346f94/shell-scenarios-sky.pdf" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" style="vertical-align: baseline;text-align: justify;">Sky Scenario</a> is a plan to help the world meet the goals set forth in the <a href="https://inhabitat.com/tag/paris-climate-agreement/" style="vertical-align: baseline;text-align: justify;">Paris climate agreement</a>. The plan would shift people away from oil and towards <a href="https://inhabitat.com/tag/hydrogen/" style="vertical-align: baseline;text-align: justify;">hydrogen</a> and electric transportation in order to keep global warming under the 2 degree limit that most scientists think is the tipping point for climate change.</p><p><br/></p><p><img src="https://inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2018/03/Shell-plan-for-the-future-of-clean-energy-889x393.jpg"/></p><p style="vertical-align: baseline;"><br/></p><p style="vertical-align: baseline;">As weird as it is for an oil company to suggest moving away from fossil fuels, Shell is putting its money where its mouth is. Last October, the company purchased an electric car charging company, a major natural gas company, and it’s working on carbon capture and storage technology through its Quest and Gorgon projects.</p><p style="vertical-align: baseline;"><br/></p><p style="vertical-align: baseline;">Shell’s Sky scenario details a way in which the world can shift from oil to other technologies by 2070. The proposal suggests addressing growing global energy needs by moving to clean electricity like solar and wind, replacing gas guzzlers with electric vehicles – <a href="https://inhabitat.com/tag/tesla-semi/" style="vertical-align: baseline;">particularly semi-trucks</a> – and focusing on fuels like biofuel and hydrogen.</p><p style="vertical-align: baseline;"></p><p><br/></p><p><img src="https://inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2018/03/Shell-Sky-Scnenarios-889x688.jpg"/></p><p><br/></p><p>“The relevant transformations in the energy and natural systems require concurrent climate policy action and the deployment of disruptive new technologies at mass scale within government policy environments that strongly incentivize investment and innovation,” the company said.</p><p><br/></p><h5>Thank you to our friends at <i>The Washington Post</i> for providing the original article below:</h5><p></p><p><br/></p>
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