A battery manufacturer in Thurso is pressing ahead with plans to build a UK “gigafactory” as a global race to meet demand for electrification intensifies.
A pioneering project that would use wastewater from an Aberdeenshire distillery as a feedstock for producing clean-burning “green” hydrogen is in the running for a funding injection.
A trade union claims it has uncovered a case of the minimum wage law being “flouted” in the UK offshore renewables sector.
Scottish firm Mocean Energy’s Blue X wave energy device has taken the plunge in Orkney ahead of sea trials this summer.
International metals group GFG Alliance, which owns Fort William aluminium smelter, is under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) is joining forces with Heriot-Watt University to study the potential for carbon capture and storage (CCS) in its southern North Sea licence areas.
An Orkney-based marine services company has set a course to double the size of its business thanks to £5.3m from lenders.
Government policy on developing hydrogen as a new clean energy source risks keeping the UK hooked on fossil fuels, climate campaigners have warned.
This year, the government will host COP26, the UN’s global climate change conference, and share how we will reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
A Scottish hydrogen expert has been lined up to speak at an industry webinar later this month.
The new Scottish Government needs to strike a “careful balance” between economic recovery and energy transition in order to protect jobs, according to an industry chief.
There are calls for discussions around “greenports” in Scotland to get “back on track” following the Holyrood election.
Shares in Wood dropped by more than 6% today, with the global engineering and consultancy firm sticking to its prediction of a fairly subdued 2021.
France is preparing to hold a summit to bolster its economic links with a number of African states.
“Game-changing” technologies designed to accelerate the production, transportation, storage and utilisation of hydrogen could be in-line to receive significant funding.
A new cross-sector group, featuring leading oil and gas firms, has been launched to pressure governments to get behind decarbonisation technology.
Calls have been made to curb wind farm construction around Loch Ness as more than 700 turbines may soon surround the popular tourist attraction.
Cleaning up the former nuclear power site at Dounreay and its surrounding area could become quicker and cheaper following a breakthrough by scientists.
CNOOC has teased plans to electrify its North Sea platforms through floating wind and “build a new energy business” in the UK.
A fresh example of the pressure mounting on oil and gas firms to speed up their transitions away from fossil fuels was served up by investors at BP’s annual general meeting today.
TechFest has launched a brand-new research competition, STEM Next, to bolster its mission in bridging the skills gap between school and both higher education and industry.
The boss at BP says the support provided to people leaving the company during its restructuring could be taken as a sign of its commitment to a just transition.
Neptune Energy has thrown its hat in the ring for a licence that would underpin a combined carbon capture and blue hydrogen project in the UK, it has emerged.
Solar developer Starsight Energy is expanding from its West Africa roots with a move into East Africa.
A Sutherland resident is urging her neighbours not to accept “the tainted silver coin” when it comes to a proposed windfarm on Loch Shin.