Last month wind turbines provided enough energy to meet the electrical needs of 136 per cent of Scottish households, the equivalent of 3.3 million homes. Scottish turbines provided 1.2 million megawatt hours of electricity to the National Grid in March, an increase of 81 per cent compared to the same month last year, an analysis of WeatherEnergy data by WWF Scotland found. Wind power generated the equivalent of 58 per cent of Scotland’s entire electricity needs for the month. On two days, wind turbines generated more than Scotland’s total power needs for the entire day.
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