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I would like to update the Parliament on the outcome of the ScotWind leasing round, which is a major milestone in our journey to net zero. ScotWind will provide us with enough power for every home in Scotland, place Scotland at the forefront of the green hydrogen revolution and allow us to become a major exporter of clean energy. There is a huge economic prize on offer: at least £1 billion...
I am grateful to the member for welcoming the outcome from ScotWind and for recognising the huge economic opportunities that it creates. The member made reference to the oil and gas sector. A number of those that have secured lease options are major oil and gas companies. That is to be welcomed. Those oil and gas companies are making the transition out of hydrocarbons and into renewable...
The member will recognise that the supply chain development statement process was developed in consultation with the Parliament, given the experience of the past. I accept that we have not achieved in our renewables sector the level and scale of inward investment and supply chain development that we would have wanted. That is why it is critical that we maximise the potential benefits from...
Scottish National Party MSP for Falkirk West
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election
Also represented Central Scotland
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