The month of love was also the windiest month for energy in the UK.
New statistics from National Grid show wind power generated in February 2014 hit a new record monthly high of 11%.
Wind produced 2,750,086 megawatt hours (MWh), enough to power more than six and a half million homes.
The previous monthly record – for 10% of the UK’s electricity from wind – was set in December 2013.
Wind body RenewableUK hinted it was an energy source that could risk-proof the UK from volatile gas supplies in the Ukraine.
Deputy Chief Executive Maf Smith said: “The need to develop a secure, home-grown supply of electricity in a cost-effective way is at the forefront of people’s minds right now, so it’s good to see wind energy consistently ticking all the right boxes, month after month.”