Scotland Must Plan for Renewable Energy

[] If Scotland is to become a net exporter of energy rather than importer of its future energy needs, then urgent action is required to speed up planning decisions, enlarge the power grid and create partnerships within the industry to encourage the growth of the renewables sector.

This is the view of Alan Baker, chief executive of Airtricity in Scotland, responsible for the development, construction and operation of more than 1,000 MW of renewable projects and one of the leading developers of wind farms in the UK…

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