BP was one of the first major energy companies to publicly acknowledge the need to reduce carbon emissions.
BP Alternative Energy was set up in 2005 to make it happen. In a short time, we've made a real difference and over the next 10 years we aim to invest $8bn in solar, wind, hydrogen and natural gas power technology and projects that will help reduce carbon dioxide further.
BP Alternative Energy is giving the world a choice of low-carbon power solutions. Making clean energy a reality for more people in more places.
We're concentrating on solar, wind, hydrogen and gas-fired power because they can make the most difference in the shortest amount of time. By 2015, we aim to be producing enough low carbon power to have reduced projected greenhouse emissions by 24 million tonnes.
We are a global energy business with wide reach across the world's energy system. We have operations in Europe, North and South America, Australasia, Asia and Africa. We operate in 78 countries worldwide. We find and produce oil and gas on land and offshore. We move energy around the globe. We manufacture and market fuels and raw materials used in thousands of everyday products, from mobile phones to food packaging.
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