UK must plan for hotter summers without coal

The UK is going to have to find a solution to deal with increased energy demand during the summer, energy retailers, analysts and climate change activists have warned. It comes after National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) instructed Uniper to fire up two back-up coal-fired power units to cope with additional electricity demand during the ongoing heatwave.

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