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What is the most used renewable energy in the uk?

Posted by admin on March 28, 2013 in Renewable Energy with 3 Comments


In Science we found out that 75% of the UK’s energy was from non-renewable sources and 25% from renewable. We wrote down the order of Renewable Energy sources which we thought would contribute most out of Wind, Hydro (water waves), Solar and Nuclear and had to find out what was the correct answer. But I can’t find it anywhere, don’t know whether I am putting in the wrong things or what so could someone please help me. Hope this is clear and thank you in advance.

I think it’s nuclear. Might be wind though. It’s definitely not solar. Not enough sunlight in the UK for that.

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  1. HiyoboMarch 29, 2013 - 2:29 am #1

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  2. CortezMarch 29, 2013 - 3:08 am #2

    I think it’s nuclear. Might be wind though. It’s definitely not solar. Not enough sunlight in the UK for that.
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  3. Stacie SeumMarch 29, 2013 - 3:23 am #3

    I have the answer, really I do. I decided to ignore the question, however, considering your name is I Love Harry Styles.
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