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Publication - Consultation Paper

Scottish energy strategy consultation: the future of energy in Scotland

Published: 24 Jan 2017
Part of:
Energy, Environment and climate change
ISBN:
9781786527448

Consultation on draft Scottish energy strategy, setting out Scottish Government’s vision for the future energy system in Scotland, to 2050.

82 page PDF

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82 page PDF

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Contents
Scottish energy strategy consultation: the future of energy in Scotland
Annex A: Summary Of Consultation Questions

82 page PDF

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Annex A: Summary Of Consultation Questions

1

What are your views on the priorities presented in Chapter 3 for energy supply over the coming decades? In answering, please consider whether the priorities are the right ones for delivering our vision.

2

What are your views on the actions for Scottish Government set out in Chapter 3 regarding energy supply? In answering, please consider whether the actions are both necessary and sufficient for delivering our vision.

3

What are your views on the proposed target to supply the equivalent of 50% of all Scotland's energy consumption from renewable sources by 2030? In answering, please consider the ambition and feasibility of such a target.

4

What are your views on the development of an appropriate target to encourage the full range of low and zero carbon energy technologies?

5

What ideas do you have about how we can achieve commercial development of onshore wind in Scotland without subsidy?

6

What are your views on the potential future of Scotland's decommissioned thermal generation sites?

7

What ideas do you have about how we can develop the role of hydrogen in Scotland's energy mix?

8

What are your views on the priorities presented in Chaper 4 for transforming energy use over the coming decades? In answering, please consider whether the priorities are the right ones for delivering our vision.

9

What are your views on the actions for Scottish Government set out in Chapter 4 regarding transforming energy use? In answering, please consider whether the actions are both necessary and sufficient for delivering our vision.

10

What ideas do you have about what energy efficiency target we should set for Scotland, and how it should be measured? In answering, please consider the EU ambition to implement an energy efficiency target of 30% by 2030 across the EU.

11

What are your views on the priorities presented in Chapter 5 for developing smart, local energy systems over the coming decades? In answering, please consider whether the priorities are the right ones for delivering our vision.

12

What are your views on the actions for Scottish Government set out in Chapter 5 regarding smart, local energy systems? In answering, please consider whether the actions are both necessary and sufficient for delivering our vision.

13

What are your views on the idea of a Government-owned energy company to support the development of local energy? In answering, please consider how a Government-owned company could address specific market failure or add value.

14

What are your views on the idea of a Scottish Renewable Energy Bond to allow savers to invest in and support Scotland's renewable energy sector? In answering, please consider the possible roles of both the public and private sectors in such an arrangement.

15

What ideas do you have about how Scottish Government, the private sector and the public sector can maximise the benefits of working in partnership to deliver the vision for energy in Scotland?

16

What ideas do you have about how delivery of the Energy Strategy should be monitored?

17

What are you views on the proposed approach to deepening public engagement set out in chapter 6?


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