If Scotland accomplishes their goals, beginning next year, they won’t be using any fossil fuels to generate electricity.
Scotland on track for 100% renewable electricity in 2020 | World Economic Forum
As we work to fight the climate crisis, one of the most important things we can do is continue shifting towards renewable energy. And while some countries may be struggling to make that shift, Scotland is excelling. So far this year, Scotland’s wind turbines have produced almost double the amount of wind energy needed to power every household in Scotland, according to WWF.
As WWF explained in the report, between January and July of 2019, Scotland generated 9,831,320 megawatt hours (MWh) of wind energy, as per data recorded by WeatherEnergy. That’s enough to power 182 percent of all 4.47 million Scottish homes, or nearly 100 percent of homes in both Scotland and the North of England. The new figures have set a new record for the country’s wind power output.
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