Customers in Scotland seeking to compare energy prices could be encouraged by news that Scotland is on course to exceed its green energy targets.
The Scottish government wants to be satisfying 50 per cent of national energy demands through renewable means within the next 11 years and it is looking to exceed 30 per cent by 2011.
Nearly 30 energy projects have been consented over the last two years, 20 of which centre on green power generation. Once in operation, these will account for 35 per cent of electricity production in Scotland.
A spokesperson for first minister Alex Salmond told the Guardian: "We are ahead of our targets on clean, green energy, which is great news for Scotland's economy. And we are making a contribution to tackling global warming, which is great news for the environment."
Although it is making impressive headway on renewable energy, criticism has been levelled at the Scottish government recently for refusing to consider nuclear power generation north of the border.
French-owned energy company EDF will lead nuclear redevelopment in England.
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