Donald Trump last night launched an astonishing attack on Alex Salmond - accusing him of being "hell bent" on destroying Scotland.
An offshore windfarm and test centre in Aberdeen Bay could be operational in two years, one of the companies behind the project said yesterday.
A new £50million centre aimed at accelerating the commercialisation of green technologies will be based in Glasgow, the UK Government announced yesterday.
Alex Salmond has claimed US property tycoon Donald Trump will finally come round and appreciate the benefits of renewable energy.
A group of north-east councillors want their local authority to spend £24million building wind turbines.
Developers behind an £80million Highland windfarm said yesterday they expected it to be operational next year.
Untouched reservoirs of a potentially valuable new type of fossil fuel will "probably" be found in the North Sea, an expert said yesterday.
THE seabed off the coast of north Scotland could hold key reserves of a valuable new fuel, energy chiefs have revealed.
The North Sea could have reserves of a potentially valuable new fuel dubbed "fire ice" - which is tipped to become the world's next major energy resource.
Methane hydrates - or "fire ice" - could be key to meeting global demand for fuel when oil supplies run out.
Industry professionals will gather in Inverness next week to discuss how developments in Scotland's electricity grid network can benefit the renewable-energy sector.
More than 100 Tory MPs have written to David Cameron calling for a dramatic cut in subsidies to onshore windfarms and more influence for local people to stop them being built.
Scottish biomass heat specialist HWEnergy has predicted a jump in turnover this year thanks to the rising price of oil and a government subsidy scheme.
Helius Energy said yesterday it was on track to start operations at its biomass processing plant at Rothes next year.
North Sea helicopter operator CHC Scotia said yesterday that it had been hit by delays to oil and gas projects.
In 2011 Centrica announced plans to grow its upstream business by 50% within the next five years through a combination of exploration activities, new developments and acquisitions.
Tidal device developer Atlantis Resources is to test its AR1000 machine at the National Renewable Energy Centre (NAREC) in Blyth, Northumberland, it said today.
Future issues around how massive offshore windfarms will be operated and maintained was a key topic on the final day of an industry event in Aberdeen yesterday.
A north-east recycling firm is preparing to move into the Highlands due to the introduction of new food waste rules for Scottish businesses.
Scottish utility SSE said yesterday it expected electricity production at the Glendoe hydro station to restart in the middle of this year.
Global shipbuilding giant Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has announced plans which could see it invest up to £100million in manufacturing wind turbines in Scotland.
A £900,000 project being launched at Scotland's largest offshore windpower conference in Aberdeen today is aimed at supporting growth in the industry's supply chain.
Energy-efficiency firm Mark Group unveiled plans for 50 jobs as it opened a new depot in Aberdeen, yesterday.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is trying to block new plans for wind turbines in rural Buchan, it has emerged.
Deals for "new generation" renewable technologies - wind, solar, biomass - are today said to be entering the big time, driving the market to new record highs.