By Adam Vaughan
The UK expects to become a net exporter of electricity in just eight years’ time as the country implements its Net Zero Strategy.
The milestone would reverse decades of the country being a net power importer, using subsea cables to draw more electricity from French nuclear reactors and other European power stations than it sends in the other direction. Electricity imports into the UK hit a record level in August last year.
To meet its goal of reaching net zero emissions by …
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