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Powering forward: how energy in the UK has transformed in a decade In 2019, the UK hit a major energy milestone: between July and September, renewable power sources produced more electricity than fossil fuel... Energy Environment UK
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World’s largest offshore wind farm opens off Cumbria coast The world’s largest operational offshore wind farm, Walney Extension, has been officially opened at a ceremony in Cumbria Environment UK
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Hello sunshine: the dawning of a renewables revolution Plunging solar and wind prices have led to the brokering of new green power deals, from India to Mexico. Martin Wright gets energised about ... Energy Environment Opinion
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In numbers: how renewables are charging ahead Is our fossil fuel fixation about to end? We dive into the data to take the temperature of renewable energy worldwide Energy Environment
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Renewable energy accounts for almost 90% of new power in Europe Wind overtakes coal and Germany is responsible for 44 per cent of all the wind farms installed in Europe last year. But progress is in dange... Environment
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UK wind generated more electricity in 2016 than coal The UK generated more electricity from wind than from coal in 2016, new analysis by fact-checking organisation Carbon Brief suggests Energy Environment
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