SOLUTIONS FOR CUSTOMERS

Solutions for drivers

Shell is investing in lower-carbon options – from electric-vehicle charging points and solutions to fuels like hydrogen and biofuels.

Solutions for homes and businesses

Shell sells around 230 terawatt hours of electricity a year, and by 2030, we aim to be providing 560 terawatt hours and serving more than 15 million customers.

Learn about Shell’s Renewables and Energy Solutions projects

Hydrogen

Shell develops integrated hydrogen hubs to serve industry and heavy-duty transport.

Wind

We have more than 6 gigawatts of wind projects in our portfolio and developement.

Solar

We have more than 4 gigawatts of solar projects in our portfolio and development.

Electric vehicle charging

Growing Shell’s electric vehicle charging network to around 500,000 by 2025.

Shell Ventures

We invest in companies that lower emissions, electrify our energy system, help us gain data-based insights and provide innovative consumer solutions.

Building an energy access business

Shell’s Energy Access business aims to deliver reliable electricity to 100 million consumers in emerging markets by 2030.

City Solutions

We support cities and urban policymakers on their decarbonisation journey, with a focus on mobility, energy, environment, urban planning and living.

Biofuels

We sold around 9.5bn litres of low-carbon fuels under the Shell brand in 2020.

Nature Based-Solutions

We plan to invest around $100 million per year to protect and restore forests, grasslands, and wetlands around the world.

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Your questions answered

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Get to know Elisabeth Brinton

Get to know Elisabeth Brinton

Elisabeth Brinton is Executive Vice President of Renewables & Energy Solutions at Shell.

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The Energy Podcast

The Energy Podcast

How will the world meet growing energy demand while reducing carbon dioxide emissions? The Energy Podcast sets out to explore the options, and the possible outcomes.

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