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An article in New Scientist really shows the pace of progress for renewables in the UK and how new tools are ensuring we can make the best use of our total energy capacity.

Renewables like wind and solar, which depend on the weather, provided 36 per cent of our electricity at the start of this year, up from 7 per cent in 2009. “The growth in solar was much, much more fast-paced than anyone anticipated,” says Cian McLeavey-Reville at National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO), which balances electricity supply and demand.

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