UK sets zero carbon power record - yet again

Stuart Stone
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UK sets zero carbon power record - yet again

National Grid ESO confirms record for share of power provided by renewables and nuclear has been broken for the second time inside a week

National Grid ESO has confirmed the UK has again set a record for the share of power sources from zero carbon sources, after yesterday saw a period when over 87 per cent of electricity on the grid came...

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