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Scotland charts a clean energy future

The Guardian newspaper in the UK is reporting that Scotland could theoretically generate all its electricity from renewable sources by 2025. A bold claim indeed. And whether this objective can actually be accomplished is another matter.

Industry is anxious about how easily and quickly these goals can be reached and a government  study said these ambitions “were not easy to achieve”. But at least the country is setting its sights high and creating a plan to develop its onshore wind, offshore wind, hydro and biomass industries. This is the future of energy. So where is Canada’s national green energy plan?

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