Scotland’s electricity needs met entirely by wind power on two days in September.


From the BBC:

Wind power output in Scotland rose by more than a third in September compared with the same time last year, according to renewable energy analysts.

WeatherEnergy also estimated it was the first time all of Scotland’s electricity needs had been met by wind on two days in a month.

The company said turbines provided the equivalent of 127% of demand on 24 September and 107% on the 29 September.

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