Thursday, 13 January 2011

MSPs to debate renewables market

Holyrood is to seek to ensure that Scotland will not suffer from plans to
reform the UK's energy market.

Finance secretary John Swinney has warned that any unnecessary changes to
Scotland's established energy framework, particularly its focus on boosting
the renewables sector, could "damage investor confidence" in the nation.

In a motion to go before Holyrood, Energy Secretary Jim Mather will call on
the Parliament to recognise the importance of the UK Government's energy
market reforms to Scotland's climate change and low-carbon energy

The UK Government has proposed a raft of measures to meet Britain's
increasing demand for energy, while maintaining its commitment to lower
carbon emissions.

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