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Gross production comprised 72 TWh (21%) nuclear, 143 TWh (42%) from gas, 31 TWh (9%) from coal (less than half the 2015 figure, due to doubling of the carbon price floor to £18), 1.8 TWh from oil, and 24.5% from renewables: 37.4 TWh (11%) from wind, 10.4 TWh from solar PV, 8 TWh hydro and pumped storage, 30 TWh from biofuels including waste.
Increased renewables generation capacity was balanced by less favourable weather conditions for solar and wind generation. There is a 2000 MW high-voltage DC connection with France and a 1000 MW one with the Netherlands; also a 1000 MW one with Belgium is under construction for 2018, and the 1400 MW Northconnect link over 750 km between Scotland and Norway will begin construction in 20 commissioning, partly funded by the EU.
North Sea oil has been a major energy and revenue source for the UK, but the resources are now depleted and the looming decommissioning cost is about £30 billion, with the government liable for 60% of this.