Renewable energy to supply 50% of all energy demand in Scotland

Holyrood’s new long-term energy strategy calls for 50% of energy consumption to be matched by renewables by 2030

Edinburgh skyline. Photograph: Karol Kozlowski/123RF
 Scottish government’s latest energy plan calls for a near-doubling of renewable electricity capacity. Photograph: Karol Kozlowski/123RF

The Scottish government has agreed half of all its energy demand should be met with renewables by 2030 as part of its long-term energy strategy.

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