Scottish Power has become the first integrated energy company in the UK to make the shift from coal and gas generation to wind power.
The groundbreaking project has delivered its first power to the UK National Grid this week, marking yet another landmark moment for the offshore wind industry.
The Scottish government also said it would have a new interim target for 2020 of a 56 per cent cut compared with the existing goal of 42 per cent.
The Church of Scotland has voted to draft new laws that would allow ministers to conduct same-sex marriages.
Onshore wind turbines in Scotland are set for another bumper year of generation, with figures for the first three months of 2018 revealing a 44 per cent uptick in wind power output compared to the same time last year.
The use of electric vehicle charge points in Scotland has increased by 43 per cent in a year.