Renewables push low carbon sources to almost 55 per cent of UK power mix

Michael Holder
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Onshore wind again performed strongly in Q3 2017 | Credit: SSE
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Onshore wind again performed strongly in Q3 2017 | Credit: SSE

Latest quarterly data confirms continued strong performance for UK renewables sector, as clean power generation in the US keeps growing

The UK's renewables sector continued to perform strongly during the third quarter of last year, according to new official data that shows how increased capacity and availability helped push its share of...

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