UK has coal-free day

National Grid has confirmed that 21 April was the first coal-free day in Great Britain since 1882, when the world’s first coal-fired power station opened in London. 

The energy network operator said that after the West Burton one power station was taken offline on 20 April, electricity generation over the next 24 hours did not include ...

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