Britain celebrates first "coal-free day" since beginning of the Industrial Revolution

(Natural News) When America’s greatest inventor, Thomas A. Edison, opened the Holborn Viaduct power station in London in 1882, Britain became the first nation on earth to use coal for electricity. The Observer, a newspaper from that time, reported that “a hundred weight of coal properly used will yield 50 horse power for an hour.”…

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