UK Getting No Energy from Coal

For the first time in 100 years, the UK has seen its electricity from coal fall to zero several times in the past week, the Guardian reported.

As quoted in the publication:

In what green energy supporters have described as a “historic turning point” for the UK’s power system, coal-fired electricity first fell to zero late on Monday night and for the early hours of Tuesday morning, according to data from BM Reports.

On Thursday, there was no electricity from coal for more than 12 and a half hours, more than half the day, with it making no contribution to the UK’s power supplies late at night when demand was low and for a period in the day, the data shows.

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