SNP reveals its plans for Scotland's green future

June 2007
Utility Week;6/1/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plans of the Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) administration to turn the country into a green energy powerhouse and to become the pre-eminent place for clean energy research and development in Europe. According to minister Alex Salmond, he wants the country to use its natural resources to deliver secure energy supplies that can be used all over the world. He also confirmed that his government will be pushing a Climate Change Bill.


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