The latest UK energy trends

October 2008
Green Futures;Oct2008, Issue 70, p9
The article reports on the latest energy trends in Great Britain. It states that wind energy had a 27% increase in capacity, while biomass had an 8.5% increase in capacity for heat and electricity production. A 0.3% increase of total electricity generation was reported for the renewables. However, there was a downward trend for nuclear, combined heat and power, carbon dioxide and energy consumption.


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