The sale of SSE’s domestic energy business to a rival has been cleared by the competitions watchdog.
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has released road fuel supplier Greenergy from its investigation with Dutch authorities into biodiesel trading.
From boardroom meetings to the DJ decks, aspiring music producer Nick Cronin told Ellie House why gritty soul could be his big break.
Households could face an extra £4 charge on their energy bills after a series of supplier failures in the sector left customers and rivals to fill a black hole.
Subsea robotics company Rovop is supporting two teams from St Margaret’s School for Girls in Aberdeen in the First Lego League.
Another “Big Four” global accountancy giant has chosen Marischal Square as the new home for its Aberdeen office.
Global carbon emissions have risen again this year - but more slowly than in the past two years, researchers have said.
More than 5,000 properties have been reconnected to the gas network as engineers work to restore supplies following a failure in the Falkirk area.
Energy firms are sometimes keeping customers on hold for more than half an hour before they can get through - and around a fifth typically take over 10 minutes to pick up, according to Which?
Thousands of people could be without gas for days in central Scotland due to a mains failure.
Energy bills look set to fall next year after Ofgem slashed the revenues that network companies are allowed to collect by nearly £1 billion as the cost of borrowing fell.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, leading to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
Multi-million-pound plans for a new town in the Highlands are back on the table.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, which union sources fear will lead to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
One in three businesses has been hit by power cuts in the past year, highlighting how the UK's electricity supply has become "unreliable", a new study suggests.
Montrose Port has completed the latest stage of a infrastructure programme that has seen more than £20 million invested over the last decade.
Ofgem has ripped up another batch of energy licences held by companies linked to licence farms, as the regulator clamps down following a string of failures in the sector.
Extinction Rebellion may have a "blind spot" when it comes to understanding some of the solutions available to address climate change, experts have said.
Countries have procrastinated for too long and need to begin making steep cuts to their greenhouse gas emissions immediately, or risk missing agreed targets for limiting global warming, top United Nations officials have said.
Levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached another record high, the World Meteorological Organisation has warned.
The amount of electricity generated from coal plants around the world is on track to drop by a record 3% in 2019, analysis suggests.
The billionaire founder, chairman and majority owner of industrial giant Ineos has stepped up his efforts to protect and grow populations of Atlantic salmon.
The Conservatives have pledged £9.2 billion to improve the energy efficiency of homes, schools and hospitals, as they make a pitch to voters concerned about the environment.
A "hugely important" Welsh bible which is more than 400 years old is being protected from damage with the help of hydropower, the National Trust said.
There are opportunities for companies to press ahead with innovation and expansion while using machine learning and big data, ABB’s vice president for digital Ronan O’Sullivan said recently.