26 Feb '18, 6am

Renewable energy output increased by more than a quarter last year.

Renewable energy output increased by more than a quarter last year. Output rose by 27% due to weather conditions and newly installed capacity activating online. According to an Electric Insights Report published by Imperial College London, solar, wind, hydro, and biomass created 96TWh in 2017. Wind output grew by 45% hitting 45TWh and contributing to 15% of total power generated, and has since reach 19%. “Generation from coal continues to fall and is now the preserve of colder months as opposed to being the mainstay of generation as it was in 1958,” remarked Dr Iain Staffell, academic at Imperial College London. “60 years ago, the power system emitted 93 million tonnes of CO2; in 2017 renewables managed to produce the same amount of electricity by emitting just three million tonnes.” SEE ALSO: Renault to transform Porto Santo into a “Smart Fossil Free Island” African natio...

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