The wind power generation record in Britain was once again broken on Saturday (29 January), as Storm Malik hit the country.
Wind generation has once again smashed its previous record, with blustery weather on Friday 21 May driving it to a new peak of 17.7GW between 3.30-4:30pm.
With another bank holiday has come another renewable generation record, with wind power hitting a new high of 17.6GW.
Wind generation has smashed yet another record, hitting a new generation high of 17.5GW this weekend.
2020 was a record-breaking year, with wind generation, solar, and coal-free records helping to make it the greenest year ever for Great Britain’s electricity network.
A new wind generation record was set over the weekend, hitting a high of 17.278GW during a half hour period on Saturday.