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The UK just got through its first day without burning coal since the industrial revolution

The United Kingdom made history recently when it went for a day without coal power. Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

Alex Gray

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Image 1 Image: National Grid
Image 2 Image: National Grid
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