This small country’s large engineering combines efficiency with some of the legislation’s most ambitious climate in the world. Does not hurt to understand the frugal that investment in new energy now saves money in the long term as well.

Stunning new renewable dissemination of statistics out of the Scottish Government revealed that a small country made their goals easily.

By the year 2009, the renewable energy had already met more than 27% of electricity use.

As of this year, with 7 GW of renewable energy on the Internet is in the process, and Scotland on the target to achieve its ambitious goal to get 31% of its electricity from renewable energy by 2011, and a stunning 80% by the year 2020, thirty years ago the world.

Not only was the nation is able to achieve its goal, but also export 24% to the United Kingdom, and to contribute to sustainable economic growth with green jobs to match. Renewable energy production grew by 20% in 2009 to 10 744 gigawatt hours, which included a 37% increase in wind power, solar and wave.

The next Scottish government’s goal is to meet 80% of the demand for electricity from renewable energy sources by the year 2020, a solid 30 years ahead of the goals of most countries.

It takes Scotland by some of the best possible wave of energy in the world, and the country is a world leader in the development of wave energy at the level of form, but is currently being processed only 5 applications for water power of any kind, while 25 was for (the coast) wind.

Given the rate at which the investment in research and development and testing of a completely new model of energy; to seize power from the waves, it is likely that some of the 80% renewable energy by 2020 will come from the raging sea