German chemicals giant BASF will create a new subsidiary, BASF Renewable Energy, to supply its European sites and manage electricity trading activities.
Two north-east firms were recognised for their commitment to training and safety at the newly launched Global Wind Organisation (GWO) awards ceremony.
Whether you’re passionate about saving polar bears, or just enjoy breathing fresh, clean air there are loads of reasons why we should be tackling the climate emergency.
Malaysia’s Petronas, along with Japanese companies Sumitomo and Tokyo Gas, will carry out a feasibility study to establish a supply chain of ‘carbon neutral methane’ to Japan.
It is feared that Nicola Sturgeon’s recent comments on North Sea oil and gas may harm a key Aberdeenshire decarbonisation project.
The firm that was set up to deliver an Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) in Aberdeen will soon make its home in the city’s west end.
Fast-moving plans for a Santos-led carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at the Bayu Undan field offshore East Timor, that would see the nation import Australia’s waste, have been described as “carbon colonialism” by independent thinktank La'o Hamutuk.
Plans to power the Arbikie gin and whisky distillery with onsite wind and hydrogen have been given backing by the government’s Green Distilleries fund.
The government has announced it will provide £20 million per year in ringfenced tidal stream project support as part of the upcoming Contract for Difference (CfD) round, following pressure from industry and MPs.
Simec Atlantis Energy shares have slumped in early trading after it called an emergency meeting to raise £341,000 to pay out a shareholder and replace its auditor, EY.
A distiller and a clean-tech start-up have been awarded further funding to conduct an industrial hydrogen trial at the Glen Garioch distillery in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire.
A leading expert in wave energy has joined the industry panel of the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC).
Storegga, a major partner in an Aberdeenshire decarbonisation project, has entered into an agreement to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) across the North Sea.
Enel plans to invest 170 billion euros ($191 billion) this decade to accelerate its shift to greener energy sources.
Shell, Centrica and others have struck deals to buy green energy from a planned North Sea wind farm.
Leading green hydrogen firm Protium has drawn up plans to decarbonise a renowned Scottish distillery.
The Scottish government is committed to expanding the Scotland-Vietnam relationship as the power-hungry Southeast Asian nation hopes to expand its nascent offshore wind sector. Significantly, there will be increasing opportunities for Scottish companies as Vietnam eyes offshore wind development in deeper waters.
The surge in global gas prices should prompt countries to ramp up their clean energy options, according to Green Investment Group’s (GIG) global head.
Bonheur, the holding company of Norway’s Olsen family, has announced the creation of Fred. Olsen 1848, a new unit aimed at developing and deploying engineering solutions for offshore wind and solar.
Queequeg Renewables has secured full equity funding for the first 500MW of a planned gigawatt-plus solar and battery pipeline across the UK.
Offshore procurement specialist Craig International, of Aberdeen, is to deliver two new contracts worth a total of more than £5 million through its fledgling Ecobuy service.
A trio of companies have teamed up in order to build a series of “next generation, state of the art” wind turbine installation vessels.
A Scottish offshore wind firm has won more than a million pounds to accelerate the development of a project off Australia.
Shell is planning to build a biofuels plant in Singapore to help the company meet its target of halving emissions by 2030.
Research on how green hydrogen technologies can be used to create a cleaner fuel to be used out at sea has been launched in Easter Ross.