The figures fell just shy of the 100 percent target for 2020 Scotland had set in 2011.
At the same time, Scotland saw an increase in net exports of electricity by 21 percent, amounting to a wholesale market value of £760million.
As per the UK Government’s plans, Britain is to reach net-zero targets of carbon emission by 2050, with plans to slash emissions by 78 percent by 2035.
Mr Ruskell believes Scotland has an opportunity to invest in the private sector, as an independent nation, to build a stronger and more robust green energy sector.
Even with England out of the picture, he predicts there will be opportunities for implementing a partnership where Scotland and England can trade energy.