As well all are familiar with the Nordic nations of Europe, they all are going clean and green especially in the energy sector with the increasing climatic concerns. Scotland has led this renewable energy sector following major names in renewable energy such as Sweden.
The ultimate goal of this effort is to go completely free from fossils and other carbon generating sources what we are used, and which has led to the climate emergency that we are facing in the recent times according to the Paris Climate Agreement. In a new recent study that published it showed that the renewable approach has taken its foothold in the Scottish land with quite a grip and is benefitting almost all the essential aspects of living in the nation. With Solar and wind projects producing the cheapest electricity, the nation has seen it has been quite favourable on the economy of the nation. And this new sector has created many job opportunities and employs more people hence keeping the prosperity of the nation in line with its vision of going 100 percent renewable. The report notes these successes have been led by policy, with the government declaring a climate emergency and committing to reaching net zero emissions by 2045. It stresses the nation now needs to focus on decarbonizing the heat and transport sectors in the same way as it has already achieved with electricity.
What Scotland has achieved in such a short period is remarkable and truly inspiring at any level you can imagine it.