Zero-carbon power outstrips fossil fuels for first time in 2019
Zero-carbon power sources provided more electricity than fossil fuels in the UK for the first time last year, data released yesterday by the National Grid has revealed.The figures show that a combination of wind farms, solar and nuclear power, and energy imports delivered 48.5% of Britain's electricity in 2019, compared with 43% from fossil fuels. The remaining 8.5
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