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Britain 'could have winter power cut'
Britain could suffer a big blackout similar to America's as early as this winter, a Government energy adviser warned today. Professor Ian Fell was speaking after cuts left 50 million Americans in the dark.
World's energy systems at risk from global warming, says industry group
Energy grids, power stations and distribution networks are vulnerable to storms, flooding and heatwaves caused by climate change, says World Energy Council
Three-day week warning after power station closures spark energy concerns
Britain could face a winter of power outages and even a return to a three-day week when three power stations close next year.
UK wind leaders warn of blackout risk without policy u-turn
UK wind leaders have expressed growing dismay at the extent and likely effects of subsidy cuts, warning the government’s lack of future energy planning leaves the country wide open to the ever-greater risk of power shortages
Fast pace of power plant closures threatens UK electricity grid
A wave of power plant closures threatens to push Britain's creaking ... and put UK businesses with interruptible contracts at greater risk of supply ... Unite, the trade union, has warned of "the very real prospect of power cuts"
Electricity blackouts risk up, says National Grid
The risk of blackouts this winter has increased compared with a year ago, according to National Grid. It says the closure of some power stations will have left spare capacity on the system at just 1.2% - the worst for a decade.
Britain's energy crisis: Risk of winter blackouts soars to highest level in DECADE
The risk of electricity blackouts this winter has soared to the highest level in a DECADE, which will force Britain to rely on emergency measures to ensure the lights stay on.
Britain faces tightest winter power supplies in decade - National Grid
The average excess supply over peak demand from October to March could fall to 1.2 percent, from 4.1 percent in 2014/15, National Grid's winter review and consultation showed.