Green setback for UK as British power supplied by renewable sources falls

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Fall of 7.5 per cent in power obtained from wind, hydro and other renewable sources blamed on dry winter with low wind speeds

Britain's renewable energy revolution suffered an abrupt setback this winter when the power supplied from wind, hydro and other "clean" sources fell, despite years of promises and policies to end the nation's...

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