‘Saudi of Wind’ and now ‘The Hydro Nation’ as it grows by 29% in only 3 years

From Scotland: The Hydro Nation Annual Report 2019 published today in good time for Reporting Scotland at 6.30:

In July 2019 Scottish Enterprise published new, independent research which shows the impact of the sector in Scotland; it employs 16,600 direct jobs, has a turnover of £3.7 billion and exports of £170 million. The sector overall has grown by an impressive 29% in the past 3 years, whilst over 60% of companies have plans for growth. These are extremely encouraging figures, and within the sector once again Scottish Water continues to perform strongly and is a real public sector success story.

https://www.gov.scot/binaries/content/documents/govscot/publications/publication/2019/09/scotland-hydro-nation-annual-report-2019/documents/scotland-hydro-nation-annual-report-2019/scotland-hydro-nation-annual-report-2019/govscot%3Adocument/scotland-hydro-nation-annual-report-2019.pdf

The full report has several heart-warming reports of Scottish engineers helping in the Ganges Delta and in Malawi.

Published by johnrobertson834

Retired Professor of Media Politics Not-for-profit independent political analysis

2 thoughts on “‘Saudi of Wind’ and now ‘The Hydro Nation’ as it grows by 29% in only 3 years

  1. Craig Murray has lodged this petition at the UK gov Petition Site.

    Official observers from OSCE ODIHR to monitor the next Scottish referendum.

    A Scottish Independence referendum determines the relationship between two potentially separate states. The official body for monitoring democratic procedures within the OSCE is its Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. Monitoring includes media balance and ballot conduct
    More details

    Only a current state member of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe can request an official observer mission. Competence therefore lies at Westminster not Holyrood.
    This petition witnesses public concern at the fairness of postal ballot conduct of a future Scottish Independence referendum and especially that broadcast media are biased.
    ODIHR send an advance team weeks or months ahead to monitor media balance.
    If there are no problems, why not get ODIHR confirmation?

    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/269150

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