How The UK Could Receive 60% Of Electricity From Renewables By 2020


This seemingly optimistic scenario is very much a possibility according to a report by WWF, so what will it take for us to get ahead of the game now and make it a reality? It’s 2030, and the UK is a world leader in green energy, sourcing more than 60% of its electricity from renewables. Given that the 2010 figure was just 7%, this may seem an unlikely scenario. Not so, says WWF, in a new report. Positive Energy argues that it is within the technical potential of renewables to meet between 60 and 90% of the UK’s electricity demand by…

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