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'This is possible. We did it': the week Portugal ran on renewables
by Sam Jones
The Guardian Translate This Article
26 December 2016
On 26 December 2016 The Guardian reported:
For four and a half days in May, Portugal ran entirely on electricity from renewable sources. Despite fears of a blackout, the lights stayed on for a record 107 hours between 6.45 am on Saturday 7 May and 5.45 pm the following Wednesday. Francisco Ferreira, president of the Portuguese environmental NGO Zero, stated, 'It was great to see that the system was working; to see that we could manage all these renewables even though the circumstances were quite challenging.'
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