Greece says its entire electrical grid ran on 100% renewables for the first time

The Greek electrical system has hit a new milestone, after running completely on “clean” renewable energy for the first time.

Renewable energy sources covered Greece’s electricity demands for about five hours last Friday, the Independent Power Transmission Operator, or IPTO, said. Renewables also posted a new record that day, reaching a peak of 3,106 megawatt hours (MWh) of electricity… read more at NPR here.