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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.

How can the UK transition to a low-carbon energy future while also making sure everyone continues to have access to the energy they need? Meeting this challenge will require fundamental changes in the way energy is produced, used and made accessible to people.

Electricity is a key part of the answer

One of the ways the UK can help meet this challenge is to increase the role for electricity in its energy system. This is because electricity can be generated from lower carbon sources such as wind and solar, as well as natural gas, the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon.

At Shell, we aim to make electricity a significant part of our business, one that in the future could sit alongside oil, gas and chemicals. This means being involved at almost every stage: from generating electricity, to buying and selling it, to supplying it directly to customers. 

Powering homes

In 2017, we bought one of the UK’s leading independent energy suppliers, enabling us to supply electricity and gas directly to customers’ homes. It has since been rebranded Shell Energy, and now supplies customers across Britain with 100% renewable electricity as standard. We also supply smart home technology designed to make customers' homes more energy-efficient and convenient to run.

In 2018 we signed a five-year deal with British Solar Renewables to buy all the electricity generated by their Bradenstoke solar power plant in Wiltshire.

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Currently transport emits more C02 emissions than any other sector in the UK. To help reduce these emissions and improve air quality, Shell is encouraging the uptake of Electric Vehicles (EVs)  by investing in a range of charging infrastructure.

Shell Recharge is our on forecourt EV charging offer and to date, we have installed more than 30 Shell Recharge charging EV posts at Shell sites nationwide, with plans to install many more.

Shell has also signed a deal with IONITY, an operator of high-powered vehicle charging networks. The agreement will see the provision of 500 charging points across 10 European countries by 2020, starting with 80 of the biggest Shell motorway stations.

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An increasing number of people in the UK now generate their own electricity through solar panels and wind turbines. Unlike a central grid, these systems generate and store electricity close to the customer. Shell has started to participate in this new model of ‘distributed power’.

In 2019 we bought German company Sonnen, which provides battery storage systems to homes with solar panels to help boost energy-efficiency.

In the same year we also bought a company called Limejump, a digital platform based in London which helps small generators of renewable energy optimise their sales of electricity to the grid.

Night Scenery view of traffic moving on Toll Booth Night Scenery view of traffic moving on Toll Booth Why electricity is only part of the answer

Some people suggest that the UK could do without oil and gas tomorrow. but this is not the case. For example, natural gas is currently used to heat over 80% of UK homes * , and is it not yet clear what will take its place.

As yet, there is no easy, scalable and cost-competitive low-carbon replacement for aviation fuel. And only around 2.6% of new cars sales in 2018 were electric ** , including plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.

The transition to new sources of energy around the world, and equally in the UK, requires major change to industrial, commercial and residential infrastructure, as well as in customers’ choices. This will take time and substantial investment.

In the meantime, the UK will continue to require oil and gas for some time to come.

*source: UK Government

**source: SMMT

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Shell's activities in the electricity sector cover many countries. For example, Shell Energy North America manages more than 10,000 megawatts of power generation capacity, one-third of which comes from renewable sources. It supplies electricity to commercial and industrial customers such as schools, hospitals, offices and factories in the USA.

Shell's investments in the Borssele III/IV offshore wind farm project in the Netherlands and wind power in the USA, along with US solar firm Silicon Ranch and Cleantech Solar in Singapore, have also increased Shell's involvement in renewable power. 

In the transport sector, Shell has signed a deal with IONITY, an operator of high-powered vehicle charging networks. The agreement will see the provision of 500 charging points across 10 European countries by 2020, starting with 80 of the biggest Shell motorway stations.

We have also bought Greenlots, a California-based provider of EV charging points, charging network software and grid services across the USA. Greenlots has a growing business in Canada, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

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