UK produces 25% of their Electricity with Solar Power


According to an article in Renewable Energy World, on May 26, 2017 the UK hit a new record, producing 8.75 GW of solar power, breaking a previous record of 8.49 GW, overtaking nuclear power in the country.

 

 

“The CEO of the UK Solar Trade Association (STA), Paul Barwell, said in a statement that the organization was “delighted that at around midday today 8.75 GW was generated by solar, supplying nearly 25 percent of the UK’s total demand. This is the first time that solar has generated more than nuclear, second only to gas. This is a colossal achievement in just 5 years, and sends a very positive message to the UK that solar has a strong place in the decarbonisation of the UK energy sector.”

 

Source: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/2017/05/u-k-breaks-solar-record-generates-24-percent-of-power-from-solar.html

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2 thoughts on “UK produces 25% of their Electricity with Solar Power

  1. Good news, Diane. I also enjoyed about your post about Emily Dickinson. About my jpg, can you wait till the month of June, as I never found any of my photos very satisfactory. I will definitely post it soon.

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    1. Dhanyavad Sangeetha, glad you enjoyed the info on solar power in the UK. If every country would do the same we would be moving forward to a greener, cleaner environment.

      BTW, if you’d like, you can start sending your post directly to my email and I’ll post it on the main page for you, that way people won’t have to go to the comment section to read them. My email is rosefirewalker@aol.com. Hugs to you and your family! 🙂

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