National Grid declares 2017 'greenest summer ever'

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UK grid operator launches 'world's first' green energy forecast, to predict carbon intensity of the grid up to two days ahead of time

August and September may have seemed like a bit of a washout for those hoping to enjoy a scorching end to the summer, but green energy enthusiasts will be toasting a successful end to the season today...

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