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Britain powered without coal for three days

by Futures Centre, Apr 25
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Britain has successfully gone for 76 hours without generating any electricity from coal, a new record which comes just days after the last record of 55 hours was set. The coal-free period began on 10 am on Saturday 21st April and continued till 2pm on Tuesday 24th April.

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