New survey of attitudes towards energy has found strong support for renewables.
Scottish Renewables' response to the Daily Telegraph article published on 23 February referring to a study undertaken by researchers at Aberdeen University on wind farms built on peat land
"I don’t think the public will support a policy that attacks an industry delivering thousands of jobs, investment worth billions and helps tackle climate change." Niall Stuart, CEO.
Scotland’s offshore wind developers have invested around £165m in the Scottish economy so far.
First event to mark this milestone is this evening at a Scottish parliamentary reception.
Scotland's energy mix is greener than ever before.
Our oldest commercial wind farms in Scotland are around 16 years old and none of them have been decommissioned or repowered.
Kyle Rhea Tidal Turbine Array and Sound of Islay projects awarded NER300 funds.
Winners reflect the huge strength we have in Scotland’s homegrown renewable energy sector.