‘Another great month for renewables’ in Scotland

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Wind turbines provided 77% of Scotland’s entire electricity demand in November and on seven days it was sufficient to supply 100% according to WWF Scotland and reported in Business Green.

https://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/3022802/november-winds-provided-three-quarters-of-scotlands-power-needs-data-shows

This is, of course, just another example to add to repeated reports of the accelerating growth of renewable energy generation in Scotland as we head toward a sustainable 100% well ahead of the 2030 target. See:

Scotland’s wind turbines provide enough energy for 189% of Scottish homes on nearly every day in October. It was much the same in May.

Is Scotland as the ‘Saudi of wind’ concept getting more real? ‘Wind and waves?’ Solar too?

Another 1 GWh wind farm taking our current supply up enough for 3 200 000 homes to be built in forest near Dumfries. 100% renewable energy by 2030? More like 1 000%.

A strong economy, a better society and massive power resources suggest to me a country well-suited to independence.

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