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Scots surge ahead in renewable energy

Scotland is on course to meet its target of meeting 100 per cent of electricity demand from renewable sources by 2020, and will provide 30 per cent of the UK Government’s renewable electricity requirements, according to Scottish energy minister Fergus Ewing.

Giving evidence to the House of Commons Committee on Energy and Climate Change, Ewing said Scotland will be able to provide some energy for the rest of the UK, even if its voters decide they want to dissolve the Union.

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