'A North Sea energy sector focused on renewables': Scottish Government plots 'just transition' for oil and gas

Michael Holder
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The Cromarty Firth - also known by some as the 'oil rig graveyard’ - near Invergordon in the Highlands of Scotland | Credit: iStock
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The Cromarty Firth - also known by some as the 'oil rig graveyard’ - near Invergordon in the Highlands of Scotland | Credit: iStock

The Scottish Government has set out its vision for a 'just transition' away from oil and gas and towards becoming a net exporter of green energy

The Scottish Government is considering plans to deliver a further 20GW of renewable power and 5GW of hydrogen production capacity by the end of the decade, as part of a sweeping draft energy strategy aimed...

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