Energy Policy for an Independent Scotland – Continuity or Change?

The Scottish Government has recently set out a blueprint for an independent Scotland in its White Paper on Scotland’s Future.  In this Comment, Malcolm Keay looks at the proposals on energy policy in Chapter 8 of the White Paper.  The Scottish Government is trying to tread a delicate balance between continuity and change – sometimes the result is only to increase uncertainty.

By: Malcolm Keay

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