Scotland's renewable energy industry has attracted £2.8 billion capital investment since 2009.
The figures shows that the renewable sector is continuing to thrive despite economic uncertainty.
Onshore wind accounts for 57 percent of total investment with 21 percent going to offshore wind. The rest of the investment has been deivded between wave and tidal energy, solar photovoltaics, hydro energy, landfill gas and biofuels.
The new investment figures were released by industry body Scottish Renewables.
Niall Stuart, chief executive of Scottish Renewables, said:
"These figures show Scotland’s renewables industry is very much bucking the economic trend. During the downturn our industry has delivered some £2.8bn of much needed capital investment in our economy. This has helped to grow the supply chain, secure the future of many companies and support more than 11,000 jobs.
"At a time of sluggish growth, the renewable electricity sector is expanding by more than 10 per cent a year, and now generates the equivalent of 35 per cent of annual demand.
"Onshore wind is the main source of investment with offshore wind the next biggest driver of spend.”
"It’s not surprising to see onshore wind, the most cost-effective renewable technology that can be built at scale, is the source of most of this investment. It is mature sectors such as the wind industry that will help fund emerging sources of renewable electricity and under-write investment in grid connections that will benefit sectors such as wave and tidal.
"These figures show the importance of the sector to our economy. With a continued commitment to renewables through Electricity Market Reform and investment in grid and we can keep contributing meaningfully, securing jobs, growing the economy, and ensuring a secure energy supply that also helps us tackle climate change."
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