Edinburgh-based wave energy developer Aquamarine Power has picked up an innovation award for its Oyster device.
Scotland and Germany should work together to achieve their renewable-energy targets, Energy Minister Fergus Ewing told a conference in Bremen yesterday.
His life has taken a few twists and turns, but Ian Couper finally found his vocation in business development.
Tens of millions of pounds of investment in smaller-scale hydropower projects in Scotland could be unlocked by the outcome of a review of a green-energy support scheme, industry leaders have predicted.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney has been honoured at the British Renewable Energy Awards in London.
Protesters will get the chance to put their names to a petition tomorrow against a proposed windfarm on a Moray hillside.
Objections to a major £220million windfarm on Lewis have been withdrawn after the development was scaled down in size.
The head of a leading Scottish conservation charity has added his voice to the rising chorus of protest against a proposed windfarm on the slopes of a Highland mountain.
PLANS for a 17-turbine windfarm on the slopes of a Munro mountain have sparked outrage in the north and Moray.
A major green energy scheme which could help safeguard the future of a north-east harbour has been dealt a new blow.
Fife Council has called for a temporary halt on windfarm applications -- just months after Aberdeenshire Council's planning chairman proposed a similar moratorium.
The planned Ben Wyvis windfarm is on Swordale Moor, Falck Renewables said last night.
Energy giant SSE is to receive more than £140,000 of compensation for halting turbines on a Sutherland windfarm which was running final start-up tests at the time.
The Western Isles Council is backing plans for a huge 40MW wavefarm to create green electricity out of the rolling Atlantic waves off the Hebrides.
A delegation of Chinese wind farm equipment manufacturers have been visiting East Anglia today with a view to setting up production in the region.
Financial support for onshore wind turbines and solar panels will have "disappeared" within eight years, a government minister has claimed.
Councillors will be asked tomorrow to back proposals to expand a windfarm in Wester Ross.
The Holyrood inquiry into the Scottish Government's renewable energy targets will come to an end on Wednesday with two high-profile witnesses.
The firm behind a controversial Moray windfarm proposal has submitted its planning application to the Scottish Government, it was confirmed yesterday.
Windfarm protesters have been given fresh hope by the Scottish Government's rejection of a major windfarm scheme in Caithness.
Power firm EDF Energy will supply Scotland's public-sector bodies with electricity under a new £200million-a-year deal.
The NAFC Marine Centre said yesterday it had mapped waters around Shetland to identify the best sites for wave and tidal projects and cable landing points on the shoreline.
The oil and gas sector is hostile to renewable energy targets, an MSP claimed yesterday.
Windfarm protesters yesterday celebrated the knockback for a major scheme in Caithness.
Representatives of the oil and gas industry said last night there was no "adversarial feelings" between the sector and renewable energy businesses - but cast doubt on whether the Scottish Government targets could be met.