Scottish energy strategy to make offshore wind subsidy-free

Scotland will get half of its energy needs for heating, transport, and electricity from renewables by 2030. The goal is to make offshore wind subsidy-free while a state-owned energy company is also on the cards.

The Scottish energy sector is to undergo massive changes in the coming year and the government has ambitions to transform Scotland into one of the most green and innovative countries in the world.

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