As of 2004 (reported in a study from 2007), the most heavily used renewable power source in the UK was biogas energy. Hydropower comes in as a close second, though whether or not this counts as a “green” energy source is open to question. Wind energy has also grown quickly in recent years, and the country has much more potential to develop wind further as an energy source. Solar energy hardly shows up on the graph, and potential to tap this resource is huge. The UK government has set a goal of meeting 10% of the country’s energy demands with renewable sources by 2010, and 20% by the year 2020.
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