UK ‘wind drought’ means Future of Renewable Energy hangs in balance

Renewable Energy

Britain is in the middle of what scientists are calling a ‘wind drought’. Average wind speed is expected to drop by 10% by the end of the century, which could have huge implications for the future of renewable energy in the UK. The government has a target to ramp up offshore wind capacity and turn off gas and coal power stations by 2035.

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