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An example of the rich get richer and the poor bet poorer.
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Yes maybe for now but this is the kind of technology that will help us all get to 100% renewable energy, the more people that install a battery and solar in their house the more renewable energy for the rest of us.
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  I've just learned that Amazon has a large selection of snow blowers which I'm glad about, nice to see the switch from gas engines to electric motors.
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2019 has gone and the latest figures are in for the UK's electricity mix.

It was the best year so far for renewables and low carbon energy generation, also more electricity came from renewables than fossil fuels  Cool

https://news.sky.com/story/more-power-came-from-renewable-energy-than-fossil-fuels-in-uk-in-2019-11898806
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