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Net electricity imports – mostly nuclear – were 17.5 TWh, comprising 9.7 TWh from France, 7.3 TWh from the Netherlands, and 0.5 TWh net was exported to Ireland. A further 2000 MW connection to Normandy was approved in September 2016 to enable the import of French nuclear power from 2022.In 2015 the France link ran at 81% capacity and the Netherlands one at 91%.38% came from European pipelines, 35% of which was from Russia.The remaining 17% was imported in liquefied form on tankers, mainly from Qatar.Per capita UK electricity consumption was about 4650 k Wh in 2015.
It is imperative we do not make the mistakes of the past and just build one nuclear power station.
In the late 1990s, nuclear power plants contributed around 25% of total annual electricity generation in the UK, but this has gradually declined as old plants have been shut down and ageing-related problems affect plant availability.
In 2016, 336 TWh of electricity was produced in the UK (Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy data 27/7/17) and 324 TWh was supplied to the grid.
In the light of projected peak demand of 85 GWe by 2050, its main scenario called for 14.5 GWe of new nuclear plant online by 2035, and nuclear supplying 31% of demand in 2050.
Different scenarios concerning electric vehicles increase peak demand by 6 GWe, 11 GWe or 18 GWe by 2050 depending on when the majority are charged, and assuming 7 k W charging (30 amps).
The corresponding increases in annual demand range from 15 to 45 TWh.