- Sep 10, 2020 7:07 am GMT
There's plenty of good news about Britain’s electricity supplies. Carbon emissions are down. Renewable generation is at record levels, wind and solar costs are falling, and wholesale prices have fallen too – at least for the time being. What’s not to like?
Unfortunately, the situation for consumers is more complicated, with the remarkable transformation in power generation coming at a cost.
Jeremy Nicholson writes all about it in the latest post on the Energy Compass blog. Click the link below to read on.
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