RenewableUK is highlighting a new renewable energy record set on Sunday, when wind generated more than 16 gigawatts (GW) of electricity in Britain for the first time, providing more than 40% of our power. The record was set yesterday evening with wind generating up to 16.162GW according to National Grid. Their data shows that overall on Sunday wind provided 43.7% of British electricity, more than double the amount that nuclear produced at 20.5%. Gas supplied 12.8%, biomass 7.9%, imports 7.4%, coal 3.1%, hydro 1.7%, solar 1.3%, storage 1.1% and other sources 0.5%.
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