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UK Renewables Jump 27 psy in 2017 (Int'l Report)
UK Renewable Energy
Date: 2018-02-23
. February 22 (Renewables Now) - Electric Insights is reporting the UK's renewable power production jumped 27 pct in 2017 to 96 TWh. By way of illustration, the entire population of Britain used 91 TWh of electricity in 1958, 92 pct of which came from coal.

In 2017, coal generated 7 pct of the country's electricity while fully 50 pct came from biomass, hydro, wind and solar, according to a joint report from low carbon sources, according to the Imperial College London and Drax Group Plc report. (Source: Imperial College London, Renewables Mow, 22 Feb., 2018) Contact: DRAX, +44 (0)1757 618381, www.draxpower.com; Imperial College London, Iain Staffell, +44 20 7589 5111, www.imperial.ac.uk

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