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As coal’s influence is declining in the US, it is also declining in the UK. Coal has gone from generating 28.2% of UK’s electricity down to 20.5% in one year, while renewables have gone from 16.7% to 25.3% in the same time. Each country has different policies, so specific politics aren’t the sole cause. Market forces may also be encouraging the change, whether through efficiency or consumer preference.

(Click on the charts for the link.)

“Renewables Beat Coal In UK’s Q2 Electricity Mix” – Treehugger

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