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Scotland produces 'greener electricity', says WWF Scotland
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4 January 2017
On 4 January 2017 BBC reported:
Power generated in Scotland has a significantly smaller impact on climate change when compared with the UK average, a conservation body claims. The conservation body's climate and energy policy officer Fabrice Leveque said: 'Thanks to the Scottish government's leadership on renewables policy, the climate change impact of producing electricity in Scotland has fallen rapidly and is now half that of the whole of the UK.
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