Future of the Environment

UK renewables generate more electricity than fossil fuels for first time

The winds of change. Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Simon Evans

Policy Editor, Carbon Brief

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BEIS Energy Trends and Carbon Brief analysis of data from BM Reports. Image: Chart by Carbon Brief using Highcharts
Hornsea One offshore wind farm under construction, 2019. Image: Ørsted
Carbon Brief analysis of data from BEIS Energy Trends and BM Reports. Image: Chart by Carbon Brief using Highcharts
Carbon Brief analysis of data from BEIS Energy Trends and BM Reports. Image: Chart by Carbon Brief using Highcharts.
Carbon Brief analysis of data from BEIS Energy Trends and BM Reports. Image: Chart by Carbon Brief using Highcharts.

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