The last remaining turbine at Hunterston National Offshore Turbine Test Facility has been decommissioned by SSE Renewables today.
Norwegian firm Statkraft officially opened its new Scottish office last night, promising "significant investment" in the country's onshore wind sector.
Scores of steel cylinders destined for a huge Moray Firth wind farm have been left lying in yards after work was stopped on the project earlier this month.
Aberdeen-headquartered firm Scotoil has been served a prohibition notice by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for failing to restrict exposure to radiation.
Score Group has said no staff were "exposed" to asbestos particles after the firm was served with an improvement notice by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Scottish business activity has fallen by 9% over the last three months against a backdrop of rising costs, falling investment and continued uncertainty, according to new figures.
The UK Government "carefully and independently" came to the conclusion that Iran was responsible for missile strikes on a Saudi oil plant, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said.
The announcement of an offshore wind agreement between CPIH (China Power International Holding) and Equinor is part of a year that is "shaping up" to be the energy firm's best, according to Wood MacKenzie (Woodmac).
The Scottish Government has raised its target to reduce emissions hours before a vote on new climate change legislation.
The cost of building the new nuclear power station at Hinkley is estimated to increase by between £1.9 billion and £2.9 billion.
Oil firm Eni and offshore wind developer Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) have announced they have joined forces in an offshore wind campaign that will begin in the UK.
The Scottish offshore wind leasing round has been pushed back for a second time to "ensure that developers have the right information", the Crown Estate Scotland has said.
Saipem chief executive, Stefano Cao, looks forward to the Italian firms plans to move toward cleaner energy over the next ten years.
Energy customers have been warned to look further than "attention-grabbing" low tariffs following the failure of 13 firms since November.
The head of the shipping firm that owns the British-flagged oil tanker held by Iran since July has said it is still in Iranian waters, a day after Tehran said the vessel was free to move.
Norske Shell has agreed a deal with underwater design firm Sonardyne for a 10-year seabed subsidence monitoring campaign at its Ormen Lange field in the Norwegian Sea.
Archer Platform Drilling has announced its success in obtaining an extension deal from Aker BP for two North Sea platforms.
An expected multi-billion capital investment by Equinor at its new Dogger Bank Offshore Wind Farm will see it rival its major oil and gas projects, according to Rystad Energy.
There’s a showdown brewing out in the Permian Basin, one pitting large independent exploration and production companies against oil majors.
Thirty-seven new offshore wind farms will be built if Labour enters government, the party has pledged.
Legal proceedings against a British-flagged oil tanker held by Tehran since July have concluded, Iran's government spokesman has said, although he does not know when the vessel will leave.
Danish offshore wind developer Orsted has announced the acquisition of a £22.5% stake in a Scottish hoist technology firm based in Fife.
An influx of almost £2 billion in investment to the Highlands has been put on hold as a giant wind farm project missed out on a bid to produce power in the Moray Firth.
The firm behind a marine powered buoy tested in the North Sea has announced a £1.5m million contract to supply the technology in Chile.
The cost of offshore wind has continued to tumble as the UK Government revealed the price for power from new schemes had fallen below £40 per megawatt hour of electricity.