Wind power surge sees renewables outstrip coal

James Murray
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Strong winds see turbines meet almost 16 per cent of electricity demand

The remnants of Hurricane Bertha may have brought summer flooding and travel disruption to parts of the country, but they have also delivered a boost to the electricity grid as wind power output hit near...

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