Beyond 2030: Great Britain’s electricity demand set to double – without coal?

This report lays out Great Britain’s strategy for decarbonising its electricity system. Coal, which currently accounts for roughly 1% of power generation is clearly not set to increase its share of the market as policy makers prioritise lower carbon energy sources. However current projections show that by 2035, demand for electricity may rise by up to 65 per cent and that by 2050 demand could more than double. Is it a mistake to ignore coal to such an extent?

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