Today’s post is brought to you on behalf of the hard work from on of the UK’s leading renewable energy companies, Good Energy. They recently put a lot of hard work and effort in to the research of the UK’s electricity production and the fuel used to produce our energy; the well crafted info graphics you can see below are the result of their effort and with their permission I thought it deserved a post.

To briefly discuss their findings:

As you can see from the images, the UK simply relies on foreign countries for the production of its electricity as a mere 43.1% of the electricity produced in this country comes from our own resources, with Asia and the Middle East being the second biggest contributors to our fuel resources.

It would be interesting to see how other countries manage the production of their electricity and whether they import most of the resources used to produce their electricity.

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Source: Green Energy, Renewable Energy Company

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This second graphic provides a detailed look at the countries that provide the fuel we require to continue producing the vast amount of electricity we use.

What do you think about the results of their research?

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