Brexit or not, get your energy voice heard in markets around the world with Scottish Energy News

World map of Scottish Energy News readers
World map of Scottish Energy News readers

In increasingly globalised energy markets, you can punch above your weight – even if you are ‘only’ based in Scotland – thanks to Scottish Energy News.

The graphic shows the countries (shaded in dark grey) where regular readers and subscribers of Scottish Energy News are based.

Some 5,000 subscribers around the world receive and read the premium daily e-mail newsletter from Scottish Energy News.

In addition, the website ( ) was visited by an average of just under 20,000 unique visitors per month (Jan-Dec 2016).

The premium daily e-newsletter from Scottish Energy News is sent to your nominated inbox at 0015 hrs every morning – and is hence available ‘first thing’ from whenever thereafter readers choose to open their email.

This premium service is available at the modest monthly subscription of £9.99 PER MONTH. Click on the  link to subscribe:

The same editorial articles will continue to be published on the Scottish Energy website – free of charge – but only at 1700 hours each day.

Readers therefore have a choice to subscribe at a modest premium to receive the ‘first thing’ daily email service or they can choose to get the same information – free of charge – on the SEN website – albeit at 5pm each day (in effect, ‘yesterday’s news’). See also  @ScotEnergyNews 


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