Decarbonisation involves increasing the prominence of low-carbon power generation, and a corresponding reduction in the use of fossil fuels. This involves in particular a use of renewable energy sources like wind power, solar power, and biomass. The use of carbon power can also be reduced through large-scale use of electric vehicles alongside ‘cleaner’ technologies. Decreasing carbon intensity in the power and transport sectors will allow for net zero emission targets to be met sooner and in line with government and global standards. The low carbon technologies that are needed to decarbonise industry are at various stages of development. We need to continue to innovate and develop a broad range of low carbon technologies to put us in the best position to reduce the cost of decarbonisation and maintain the competitiveness of industry throughout the net zero transition.