All-Energy organisers claim it is the “ability to connect the UK supply chain” firms taking part in the event to new contacts which lies behind them quitting Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's hydrogen buses made a guest appearance at this year's All-Energy conference.
The Orkney vessel trials proved marine energy can be supported at a local level, saving thousands of pounds.
Gordon McIntosh, director of enterprise, planning and infrastructure for Aberdeen City Council, said he was committed to the 11-turbine European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC).
A new wave-energy device, created by Scottish company AlbaTERN, is in place at a salmon farm off the Inner Hebridean island of Muck.
Marine Scotland has given consent for the deployment of the first Contra Rotating Marine Turbine (CoRMaT) device, which is said to be capable of generating enough electricity to supply 400 homes. In addition, Argyll and Bute Council has approved the construction of an onshore sub-station that will connect the array to the National Grid. Glasgow-based Nautricity is only the fourth firm to be granted full permission to deploy tidal devices in Scottish waters, having already received consent from the Crown Estate and network operator SSE. Work on the onshore connection is expected to start later this year, with the devices being deployed in the water in early 2015.
Energy Minister Fergus Ewing today said independence would elevate Scotland from the boot to the driver’s seat in the renewable industry.
The Scottish renewable market is set to benefit from a bumper investment.
The annual two day All-Energy exhibition and conference is now underway in Aberdeen, and while there will be plenty of talk about new developments and technologies, I’d expect much of the conversation at the show to focus on the decision to move the event out of the Granite City.
An Aberdeen-based professor has received international funding for an original sustainable energy research project on innovative carbon uses.
A groundbreaking green-energy project off the Buchan coast could produce enough electricity for 20,000 homes.
Live coverage of the All Energy 2014 conference
Vergnet revealed it will launch a new operations and maintenance (O&M) service aimed at the UK market.
Aberdeen’s loss of a major annual conference to Glasgow was both a surprise and a disappointment to the north-east business community.
The UK’s largest renewable-energy show is moving from Aberdeen to Glasgow for three years.
Spiralling costs and a constrained talent pool is forcing the oil and gas sector to look further afield than its Aberdeen home base.
All-Energy 2014 gets under way at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre today.
Decisions on funding two pilot schemes to capture and bury carbon emissions from power stations need to be fast-tracked after a decade of delay, MPs have urged.
The world’s first community-owned tidal power turbine has successfully exported electricity its local grid.
The renewable energy industry continues to grow in Scotland, but not all companies are fully exploiting the opportunities for protecting and commercialising their innovation.
A tidal energy scheme in the Pentland Firth could provide enough power for almost half of Scotland's electricity needs.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has appointed a project team of PRP, Peabody and VINCI Facilities to demonstrate novel insulation retrofit approaches in British domestic properties.
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This week sees the UK and international renewable energies communities beating a path to Aberdeen for All-Energy, now in its 13th year.
Installing state-of-the-art solar panels on 250,000 roofs could meet one-sixth of Scotland’s electricity demands, according to researchers.
UK manufacturing content of wind developments is "currently low" particularly for capital expenditure, according to the Royal Academy of Engineering.