News that the total number of offshore wind jobs in Scotland fell from 29,700 to 25,700 in the past year while profits have risen from almost £9 billion to £13bn are another nail in the coffin of the SNP-Greens’ “just transition”. They must find a way to tax these excess profits which are, after all, partly boosted by subsidies paid from “green levies” on our energy bllls”.
And in the spirit of the circular economy and terminology re-useability, they could even call it the “windfall tax”.
Allan Sutherland, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire
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