ScottishPower reveals its plans to transform Glasgow into the UK’s first net zero city

ScottishPower has set an ambitious vision to transform Glasgow into the UK’s first net zero city before Scotland’s nationwide 2045 target. Announced in a 15 May press release, the company will work with Glasgow City Council on a range of programmes to enable the city to reach its target. Glasgow established the first Low Emission Zone outside of London, while the UK’s largest onshore wind farm, Whitelee, owned by ScottishPower, is on the outskirts of the city. ScottishPower has also put forth plans for mass electric vehicle charging, which will form a cornerstone of the city’s decarbonisation plans.


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