The U.K. is aiming to reach a standard of 35% of energy provided by renewable sources by 2020. A projection of 197,000 GWh (gigawatt-hours) is a huge improvement over 25,335 in 2010. If my math is correct, then that indicates, as of right now, only 4.5 percent of electricity in the U.K. is derived from renewable resources.
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