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Renewable Energy: the Scottish story: Track 1

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Energy policy in Scotland has been following a different path to the rest of the UK since devolution. How is Scotland's energy policy different, what factors have contributed to this and what impact could independence have on the Scottish renewable energy sector?

Contributors include; Charles Hendry MP, Former UK Minister of State for Energy; Dr Nicola McEwen, Academy of Government, University of Edinburgh; Niall Stuart, Scottish Renewables; Marco Biagi, SNP MSP for Edinburgh Central; and Dr Alistair Martin, Flexitricity.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

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Track   Title Description
1 renewables-scotland-independence    Play now renewables-scotland-independence
2 renewables-scotland-politics    Play now renewables-scotland-politics
3 renewables-scotland-targets    Play now renewables-scotland-targets




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