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Britain Just Went a Week Without Coal Since 1882

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According to Gizmodo.com, Britain Just Went a Week Without Coal For the First Time in 137 Years. National Grid, the electric company that provides power for Britain, announced the milestone on Tuesday in a tweet. The milestone is largely symbolic, but reflects how the world can increasingly operate without the dirtiest fossil fuel. According to Gizmodo, the milestone is a reminder that coal is in its death throes, at least in a growing number of developed countries.

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