It has been a mixed quarter for wind power.
After more than a century of fossil fuel infrastructure dominating our electricity system, Britain has now installed more wind capacity than any other type of power station.
Vattenfall have suspended development of their 1.4 GW Norfolk Boreas Wind farm, in a major blow for the offshore wind industry.
Electricity generation from fossil fuels fell to its lowest levels since the COVID-19 lockdown.
The UK’s carbon price has plunged by 40% in recent months, and it now trades at its biggest ever discount to Europe.
After last quarter’s role reversal, gas overtook wind again to be the largest source of electricity produced.
It was a relatively quiet three months, with only solar PV and imports breaking records over the last quarter.