25% of UK electricity now low-carbon
Renewable energy sources and nuclear plants generated a rising proportion of the UK's electricity in 2011, according to new figures from DECCIn a provisional analysis of the UK’s energy production and consumption, the energy department estimates that 25% of the electricity from the country’s major power producers was generated through low-
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