Renewable energy in Britain

Renewable energy in Britain
Renewable energy in Britain

The sale of motor-fueled vehicles in the UK will be banned altogether by 2040. However, before 20 years have passed let's take a look at how the UK is doing at this point.

For the first time since 1882, the share of renewable energy in the British energy sector is more than half of the energy produced. According to The Guardian, this is a major achievement for the British energy sector.

In the first half of 2019, wind power plants in Scotland generated twice more electricity than the region needs. The next goal for the British government is to change the country's transport system.

Renewable energy does not pollute air or water in the process of production and does not consume natural resources.

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