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Britain is about to pass a significant landmark - at midnight on Wednesday this week it will have gone two full months without burning coal to generate power. Click here to read the full story.
A decade ago about 40% of the country's electricity came from coal; and just 3% of the country's electricity came from wind and solar, which many people saw as a costly distraction. Now the UK has the biggest offshore wind industry in the world, as well as the largest single wind farm, completed off the coast of Yorkshire last year.
When Britain went into lockdown, electricity demand plummeted; the National Grid responded by taking power plants off the network.
The four remaining coal-fired plants were among the first to be shut down. The last coal generator came off the system at midnight on 9 April and no coal has been burnt for electricity since.
The current coal-free period smashes the previous record of 18 days, 6 hours and 10 minutes which was set in June last year.
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