Analysis published by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has suggested that increased investment in new technologies, such as low carbon hydrogen generation could be the best way to deliver low cost power to UK consumers while also helping reach net zero by 2050. Published on Friday 6 March, Net Zero: Opportunities for the power sector indicates that consumers could see electricity bills up to 30% lower than under alternative energy mixes if hydrogen power generation proves as effective as the projections suggest. It also notes cost reductions in bringing renewable technologies on stream over the past 10 years, while costs of building and running nuclear power stations have not fallen consistently.