Records smashed as renewable energy confirmed as Scotland's largest source of power

Jessica Shankleman
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Wind, hydro, and other green energy sources produced more electricity than coal, gas or nuclear in first six months of year

Renewable energy in Scotland from wind farms, hydro power plants and other clean technologies provided the single largest source of electricity to the country in the first half of 2014, new industry figures...

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