Wind turbines were put to work supplying energy. The power record was quickly broken yet again later that day with 50.7 percent of demand coming from wind, solar, biomass, and hydro energy (that’s 18.7 gigawatts in total renewables). The power utility cited an energy research firm’s data that showed high winds and low demand helped the UK reach the power record, which meant negative prices for energy for the first time another milestone.
GB experiences negative prices in the day ahead market for the first time
Keep up the blustery weather, Great Britain!