Scottish Energy News attracts record monthly high of 12,000 unique website visitors – plus 5,000 daily email readers

Fergus Ewing and SENScottish Energy News is an international digital news platform, reporting on all key energy-related issues from a Scotland, UK and EU perspective.  

Because of the global significance of Scotland’s oil, gas, wind, wave and other natural energy resources, Scottish Energy News provides a unique pan-global perspective. While most readers/ subscribers are based in the UK/ Ireland, 10% are based in North America and Japan/China/ Australia.  

Two years since launch in September 2013, the Scottish Energy News business-to-business daily email newsletter is now sent to more than 4,800 individually-named and actively-subscribed readers – every day.  

Readers include 75% of MSPs in the Scottish Parliament – and many more in Brussels and Westminster, as well as by industry association chiefs, company directors and senior executives, industry professionals, public sector bodies, regulators, industry professionals, think-tanks and trade unions.

In addition, the Scottish Energy News website is now visited by an average of more than 9,700 unique visitors per month (Jan-Aug 2015. In March 2015, the website received more than 10,000 unique visitors and hit another record high in Aug 2015 of 12,042 unique visitors while the  @ScotEnergyNews  hashtag has more than 500 Twitter followers.

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