It may be a peak, but it's also a very clear trend. The Carbon intensity of grid electricity continues to tumble here, and in many if not most parts of the world. Helped of course by the global demise if coal, which will soon decrease further as Germany at last commits to kick the coal habit, and even where Trump Digs coal, it's in decline.
Not good news if you are one of those that likes to dismiss the 'greeness' of EV's due to a dirty grid.
It is good news though for those of us that have spent years pushing for exactly this outcome, and for those of us that continue to do so. At Hyperion Executive Search we accelerate this transition, by connecting the most talented individuals with the most innovative and exciting cleantech companies.
Data compiled by Drax Electricity Insights shows that, throughout Saturday, renewables provided more than two-thirds (67%) of the country’s power as wind contributed some 43%. When combined with nuclear and other low carbon sources, the country’s low carbon fleet contributed the significant majority - 87% - of UK power.