Specifically, the ten-point plan consists of:

  1. A ban on combustion engine sales by 2030, with grants for electric cars, and funding for charge points. The sale of some hybrid cars and vans will continue until 2035.
  2. A previously announced pledge to quadruple offshore wind power by 2030, to 40GW, enough to power every UK home.
  3. Moves to boost hydrogen production, with the promise of a town heated entirely by hydrogen by the end of the decade.
  4. Investment of £525m towards new nuclear power, based on “the next generation of small and advanced reactors”.
  5. £1bn next year for funds to insulate homes and public buildings, using the existing green homes grant and public sector decarbonisation scheme.
  6. An extra £200m invested in carbon capture initiatives.
  7. Support for greener energies in the aviation and maritime sectors, with £20m committed to the latter.
  8. 30,000 hectares of trees planted every year, as part of nature conservation efforts.
  9. Moves to promote public transport, cycling and walking, although no new schemes were announced.
  10. A pledge to make London “the global centre of green finance”.

Maritime UK said the British government is `absolutely right' to view the maritime sector as critical to meeting the country's net-zero ambitions and as `an engine of the new green industrial revolution'