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The United Kingdom has said it is its part in striving for a cleaner and greener planet. For the first time since the Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries, the UK is powered more by zero-carbon fuels than fossil fuels. In each of the first five months of 2019, fossil fuels have less than half of the UK's electricity. Analysts a "tipping point" has been and the trend of zero-carbon energy sources more power than fossil fuels will . Power from wind, solar, nuclear and hydro sources coal and gas-fired generation. A decade ago, three quarters (75.6 per cent) of the UK's electricity from coal and gas, and only 22.3 per cent zero carbon.

The switch to more zero-carbon power described by the UK's energy chief executive as a "key milestone on the journey towards net zero". CEO John Pettigrew the zero-carbon share should to 90 per cent by the 2030s. The UK's Prime Minister Theresa May has a commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. This would the UK the first major economy to so. Energy analyst Tom Burke told the BBC: "Today's landmark is a real tribute to technologists. We have technical problems of dealing with climate change." He added: "As we towards net zero, jobs will lost in fossil fuel industries and in low-carbon industries."

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