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This response to the Scottish Government's consultation on the future of energy in Scotland calls for a publicly owned energy company to generate and deliver energy to the people of Scotland.

Our response states that a publicly owned energy company must be founded on four core principles.

1) It must have the ability and mandate to create new infrastructure platforms.

2) It must accelerate wider energy system reform.

3) It must increase public engagement and participation in the energy market.

4) It must reduce costs to consumers.

Credits —

Keith Baker, Gordon Morgan

Ron Mould, Geoff Wood

Iain Wright

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This response to the Scottish Government's consultation on the future of energy in Scotland calls for a publicly owned energy company to generate and deliver energy to the people of Scotland.

Our response states that a publicly owned energy company must be founded on four core principles.

1) It must have the ability and mandate to create new infrastructure platforms.

2) It must accelerate wider energy system reform.

3) It must increase public engagement and participation in the energy market.

4) It must reduce costs to consumers.