‘We cannot underestimate the sheer scale of what is required’, says GUH boss.
Aberdeen’s Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) is set to dish out up to £100,00 each to 12 start-ups through its TechX Clean Energy Accelerator.
The EastWind cluster has announced its formal conception as a not-for-profit company, as members look to expand its reach amid a growing offshore wind pipeline.
Abu Dhabi’s Masdar is exploring the possibility of taking a stake in renewable-energy assets owned by Iberdrola SA in the US, according to people familiar with the matter.
Chancellor warned that "time is running out" to meet the UK's lofty carbon capture storage goals by industry.
George Goudsmit took over the company in 1989 and grew it from £30,000 turnover to now £10 million.
The head of Ørsted has promised to “fight with everything I’ve got” to restore investor confidence in the company, after a disastrous 2023 led to major US writedowns and losses.
The UK government is holding early-stage talks to buy a site in Wales to build a nuclear power plant, a move aimed at reviving Britain’s ageing nuclear fleet, the Financial Times reported.
“What we’re finding now are new businesses and new opportunities are saying ‘if you can do these hydrogen plans, we will come and locate to the region’. That’s a new dynamic we didn’t have a year ago.”
Orkney Islands Council declares its support for 2GW West of Orkney ScotWind project
Sir Keir Starmer is defending Labour's U-turn on its pledge to spend £28 billion a year on green projects amid criticism from environmental groups, unions and energy industry figures.
In May last year, the UK’s Global Underwater Hub (GUH) set a hare running in London with the shocking revelation that 85% of insurance claims associated with offshore wind claims stemmed from power cable failures.
David Rennie’s comments around Hywind maintenance being a "lost opportunity" left me puzzled and asking the question as to whether or not he actually understands the floating turbine marketplace as well as he ought.
What does it take to keep wind turbines running?
SNP rising star Mairi McAllan has been named Scotland’s new energy secretary following a reshuffle brought on by Michael Matheson’s resignation on Thursday.
Labour is set to abandon its policy of spending £28 billion a year on environmental projects in a major U-turn following months of uncertainty about the pledge.
SSE has warned that supply chain issues and a shortage of vessels means the first phase of its Dogger Bank offshore wind development may not be fully completed until next year.
Wave and tidal developers push for more strategic support to capture the full industrial potential of marine energy.
TotalEnergies’ chief executive Patrick Pouyanné told investors his firm was “the most profitable” major of 2023 while implementing his energy transition strategy.
Remarkable strides are being made in the world of batteries with super-fast charging and large solid-state units at the threshold of commercial reality.
The idea of using robot workers was once the work of science fiction, however, it is now commonplace in the North Sea through the use of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
OEG achieves "milestone" goal of even split in revenues between renewables and offshore oil and gas
The Equinor CEO said he had regular discussions with turbine makers on improving costs. “I’m sure that in time offshore wind will be back with lowering the levelised cost of energy.”
Record revenue on the back of Seagreen work means major investments to attract more businesses.
Vestas Wind Systems A/S (CPH:VWS) expects earnings to improve further this year after returning to profitability in 2023 as the Danish company turns the page on an industry-wide crisis that slowed the development of projects.