Tuesday, 29 March 2011

UK to inject £3.2bn in renewables by 2014

The UK is set to increase its renewable energy budget to over £3.2bn for the next three years, UK Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has revealed.

Huhne has vowed to leave no stone unturned in support of Scottish renewable energy projects in particular, in the belief that Scotland is vital to the UK’s climate change targets.

He has given a snippet of the upcoming UK budget, announcing that the UK will increase its renewable energy monetary allocation to over £3.2bn in the next three years.

‘If we are to meet our climate change targets, Scotland will be mission critical. Success here will define our low carbon legacy,’ said Huhne.


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