Last quote by Paul Wheelhouse
The Scottish government remains strongly committed to the development of offshore wind energy, as this key low-carbon technology offers a huge economic opportunity for Scotland. Clearly, protecting Scotland's marine environment is of paramount importance and at the heart of the Scottish government's approach to offshore renewable energy applications, and we are keen to work constructively with the RSPB and renewable energy developers to ensure the sector has a bright future in Scotland.feedback
Paul Wheelhouse has been quoted 7 times in 6 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Paul Wheelhouse’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Paul Wheelhouse speaks about are Scotland, gas, and oil, for example. Most recently, Paul Wheelhouse was quoted in the article Scottish wind powers housebuilding in groundbreaking joint venture saying, “This just shows what can be achieved if communities are involved in the process from the beginning. The terms of the debate change from a windfarm being seen as doing something to people to an enterprise doing something for people.”.
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Quotes by Paul Wheelhouse
Apr 19 2017
This just shows what can be achieved if communities are involved in the process from the beginning. The terms of the debate change from a windfarm being seen as doing something to people to an enterprise doing something for people.feedback
Apr 13 2017
Our position on island wind is both consistent and very clear – we must do all we can to enable our island communities to benefit from this substantial resource, large enough to meet 5% of total UK electricity demand, provide a significant boost to decarbonising our electricity supply, and would be worth up to £725m to local economies.feedback
Mar 09 2017
Once operational, this pioneering, 50MW Kincardine Offshore Windfarm will produce enough electricity to power almost 56,000 homes and will create jobs and investment across Scotland through the use of our supply chain. It will also cement our place as one of the world's leading nations in the innovation and deployment of floating offshore wind. If the technology can be demonstrated at scale, it has huge potential to help Scotland meet its energy needs and to develop a supply chain that can service opportunities elsewhere in Europe and in markets such as South East Asia and North America.feedback
Jan 31 2017
The Scottish Government has a very important decision to make in determining the future of unconventional oil and gas. The consultation does not set out or advocate a preferred Scottish Government position or policy. Instead, we want to create space for dialogue and allow different perspectives to come forward.feedback
Jan 25 2017
The decisions we make about Scotland's energy future are among the most important choices we face as a society.feedback
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