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Report: UK energy trends & stats

The demand for coal by electricity generators in Q3 2020 fell to 239 thousand tonnes, 25 per cent lower than demand in Q3 2019. This continued decline was due to high carbon prices, an increase in renewables generation and the closure of Fiddlers Ferry power station. This quarter included a record-breaking period without coal generation in Great Britain with the National Grid using coal-fired electricity on only one day from 10 April to 12 August. Source: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
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