A subsea company owned by North Sea entrepreneur Ian Suttie has won its first major UK renewables contract.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc will build seven fueling stations for hydrogen cars in California through a partnership with Toyota Motor Corp., laying down their latest bet on the demise of the internal-combustion engine.
A Dingwall scientist has won Scottish Government funding for a community scheme to use “waste energy” from renewables projects.
The company behind a pioneering kite-powered renewable energy scheme has opened its head office in Glasgow with up to 25 jobs being created by the year end.
Norwegian renewables firm Nel has won a framework contract for the exclusive supply, construction and maintenance of hydrogen fueling stations in California.
Subsea cable firm JDR will set up a base in Maryland to support an offshore wind project off the US east coast.
Atlantis today confirmed it had deployed the latest turbine for its flagship MeyGen project in record time.
The Scottish Conservatives are to call for new environmental targets to be set to help stop Scotland’s natural resources being used up at the current “unsustainable” rate.
German energy firm EnBW has been given the greenlight for a 1.8 billion euro windfarm development in the North Sea.
Prices for fuel stored in the salt caverns of Mont Belvieu, Texas, have gone a little berserk.
Activists protesting the multibillion dollar Dakota Access oil pipeline have been refused more time to pack up camps which have been the base of their operations for months.
A village fears plans by a Swedish design and engineering company to install two giant floating wind turbines off the north Caithness coast will put off people moving to their area.
BP is weighing plans to update as many as 200 of its U.S. wind turbines with newer, higher-capacity equipment, a move that would represent the company’s biggest investment in renewable energy since its last wind farm came online in 2012.
Ukraine faces a energy crisis if a blockade on rebel held territory is not lifted.
Tributes have been paid to a key figure in American nuclear history who passed away aged 80.
In recent years, Scotland has been building a reputation as world-leaders in renewable energy production. The Scottish Government’s adoption of policies to build clean, green energy technologies and infrastructure was a bold step, but the fact we are not only meeting our targets, but exceeding them, shows it was the right thing to do.
This giant solar powered flower has been dubbed the "world's first intelligent energy plant".
Two groups who regularly clash on outdoor issues have joined forces to press for more protection for the Scottish landscape.
China, the world’s biggest producer and consumer of coal, is considering reinstating output restrictions to avoid the return of a glut after easing limits during winter.
The European Commission has sent a “final warning” to the UK for failing to address repeated breaches of legal air pollution limits in 16 areas including London, Birmingham, Leeds, and Glasgow.
It is now “almost impossible” to find a mountain from which a windfarm cannot be seen, according to a senior mountaineering figure.
Physical stocks of cobalt are being bought up after a surge of interest in the future of electrical cars, according to market reports.
The nation most identified with its massive oil reserves is turning to wind and solar to generate power at home and help extend the life of its crucial crude franchise.
The proportion of people who accept climate change is happening and is largely human-made has risen to almost two-thirds, a survey shows.
The scale of the spread of windfarms in the north of Scotland has been exposed in a new map.