Over the last week UK passed an historic milestone, with amount of UK electricity powered from coal falling to zero for the first time since 1882
On Tuesday May 10 the UK's electricity system hit a landmark, eliminating the use of coal-fired generation for the first time in more than 130 years. And just a day later it did it again. And then it did...
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