POLICY PLATFORM: Falling oil prices should not undermine investment in green energy

Renewable energy technology: 'Don't put all your eggs in one basket'
Renewable energy technology: ‘Don’t put all your eggs in one basket’

By FRANS P. de VRIES

and ISAAC TABNER

When the price of crude oil dropped from $110-barrel in mid-2014 to below $50-barrel by January 2015, there were fears that it would destroy the ‘green revolution’.

But a look at what’s gone on in the renewable energy sector since oil prices dropped shows that low energy prices alone do not undermine investment in renewable energy.

Read the full Policy Platform article on the Scottish Energy News website;goo.gl/gMiKhW

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