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Energy security: can the UK handle a calm, cold, cloudy snap?

The perennial argument for maintaining significant fossil fuel capacity is this: when the wind doesn’t blow, and the sun doesn’t shine, and the mercury drops low enough that the whole country simultaneously dials up the thermostat, then renewables on their own are not enough to keep the lights on. But does this argument hold true?


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