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Clean Energy

The threat of climate change and global warming has warranted responsible and sustainable practices from governments and companies. It is this reason that TotalEnergies has committed to net zero by 2050 or sooner. (Net zero is a target of completely negating the amount of greenhouse gases produced by human activity).
Clean energy is energy gained from sources that release less air pollutants relative to traditional sources (fossil fuels), while green energy is energy derived from natural sources. The most important aspect of clean energy is the environmental benefits as part of a global energy future.
TotalEnergies plans to diversify its use and provision of energy to its stakeholders. It plans to source its energy from natural gas, hydrogen, biomass, wind, solar and introduce electricity. With fuel diversification, through different power plants using different energy sources, it is possible to create reliable power supplies to enhance energy security, ensuring there is enough to meet our demands

To respond to the growing demand, our local offering will focus on: