UK Export Finance (UKEF) has announced today that it received £2 billion funding towards its lending facility for clean energy projects.
A leading analyst has described it as “disappointing” that the Chancellor that put a vital net zero technology lower down his list of priorities than repairing potholes.
A Scottish renewable energy firm has sold a majority stake in its Argyll and Bute wind farm to a London-based asset manager.
French oil and gas giant Total is to build a £13 million battery-based storage project for the development of renewable energy in France.
Scotland currently has no target to increase the percentage of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) workers in the country’s offshore wind sector.
Coal power developers risk wasting hundreds of billions of pounds as new renewables are now cheaper than new coal plants around the world, a report warns.
The company behind a disputed hydro scheme on the banks of Loch Ness will map out its plans for a £15 million energy storage project near Kintore later this month.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson was in bullish mood about future prospects for the global engineering and consultancy company after a sharp increase in profits.
North-east energy service firm Maritime Developments has secured £5.25 million worth of backing from an “alternative lender”.
A new online platform has been launched by Sea Wave and Wave Energy in Southern Europe (Wese) to share environmental monitoring data collected within the marine energy industry.
Global engineering and consulting firm Wood has announced it has closed a deal to sell off its nuclear business to Dallas-headquartered company Jacobs.
Onshore wind developer Statkraft is to set an ambitious gender diversity target to increase the percentage of women within its UK workforce.
Global wind turbine orders reached almost £60 billion in 2019, according to new research by Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac).
For years, Tesla has refuted concerns about worker safety at its main assembly plant by describing reviews from a California regulator as vindication.
An “interesting marriage” between North Sea oil majors and offshore wind companies is imminent and could electrify the basin, according to the man leading the charge in the north-east.
A new £2 million innovation technology challenge has been launched to ensure future wind farms will not affect the UK’s Air Defence radar system.
More than 450 members of the Scottish offshore wind supply attended an event held by EDF Renewables at Aberdeen FC’s Pittodrie Stadium yesterday.
According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the energy transition is defined as ‘a pathway toward transformation of the global energy sector from fossil-based to zero-carbon by the second half of this century’.
Don’t count on America’s oil giants to join their rivals across the pond in ambitious efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
Electric vehicles should be made tax-free to boost sales, the automotive industry has urged as demand for new cars fell by 2.9% last month.
Offshore wind project manager, Jamie Dempster, conceded yesterday that there could be delays to offshore wind farm projects in Scotland in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
EDP Renewables is “actively pursuing all opportunities in relation to floating wind”, according to its project boss.
Bringing about the energy transition needs to make “economic sense” and be socially and environmentally sustainable, according to Shell’s chief technology officer.
Energy services firm Global Engineering and Construction (E&C) has expanded by snapping up an Aberdeen-headquartered engineering consultancy.
A Bill has been introduced at Holyrood with the aim of furthering the development of community heating networks.