Scotland: A Renewables Hub

    • I want us to be world leaders in developing new low carbon energy technologies and embrace social changes that will reduce our emissions

      • Nicola Sturgeon MSP
      • First Minister of Scotland
  • Why Scotland?

    Low carbon technology
    Scotland has recently announced £60m fund to accelerate innovation in new low-carbon technologies by 2020 such as electricity battery storage, sustainable heating systems and electric vehicle charging.

    Climate change plan
    A Climate Change Plan, to be published in early 2018, will outline plans through the 2020s and early 2030s; and a £12m Training Transition Fund will help oil workers move into growing, low-carbon sectors.

    Scottish energy strategy
    The promised new Scottish energy strategy, boasting an ambitious new 2030 target of 50% of Scotland’s energy consumption to be met by renewable energy, will be delivered before year-end, taking a “wholesystem” view which will consider both supply and consumption equally, building a genuinely integrated approach to power, transport and heat.
  • Scotland's Energy Strategy

    The Scottish Energy Strategy, launched on 20 December, sets a 2030 energy mix target for the equivalent of 50% of heat, transport and electricity to be supplied from renewable sources – a doubling of current installed renewables capacity; plus a new energy productivity target.

    £80m is promised to support low-carbon initiatives and policy backing for on- and offshore wind, wave, tidal and other technologies. The strategy sets out two scenarios for 2050 – one focused on low-carbon electricity and the other based on hydrogen

    Each of the six strategic priority areas has short-term deliverables from which you and your company could benefit by showcasing your products and services in May:

    • Consumer engagement and protection
    • Energy Efficiency
    • Renewable and low carbon solutions
    • Innovative local energy systems
    • System security and flexibility
    • Building on Scotland’s oil and gas industry strengths
    • We are considering a revolution in transport, the built environment and the smart networks and technologies that underpin a modern energy system.

      • Chris Stark
      • Director for Energy and Climate Change, Scottish Government

    Chris Stark on the Scottish Government's new Energy Strategy

    Find out what Scotland's Director for Energy and Climate Change has to say on the new strategy, and what this could mean for the future of renewable and low carbon energy in Scotland.

    Read the article here
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