How we generated electricity in November
In November, gas was our largest source of generation, accounting for 31% of electricity.
Wind power came a close second, providing 30.7%.
Though the month, 47% of electricity came from zero-carbon sources, peaking at 82% on 1 November at 1:30pm.
Demand for electricity peaked on 30 November at 5pm and 24TWh ran through the network, the most electricity we’ve used in one month since March 2023.
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Head of National Control
Find out about Great Britain's electricity generation and how much came from sources such as wind, solar and biomass in our monthly snapshot.
Our control room experts continue to balance supply and demand second by second as we move into the spring months – and you can follow the electricity mix live in our carbon intensity app - available on Google Play Store and The App Store.
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