Turbine commissioning has been successfully carried out at one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms.
A pioneering clean hydrogen investment fund has paid out around £50 million since starting up.
Orsted has taken a final investment decision (FID) on a Northern Irish wind farm that will supply power to Amazon.
Swiss-based private equity firm Partners Group is to acquire Aberdeen-headquartered North Star Group.
Is there a space for carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a service? Recently formed Lapis Energy is betting there is, eyeing opportunities in the US, UK, Europe and South East Asia.
A renewables expert believes the scale of interest in developing floating offshore wind in Scotland proves that the technology is more than a passing fancy.
The hydrogen BECCS innovation programme will support the development of innovative new technologies aimed at generating hydrogen from biomass and waste.
The Biden administration on Wednesday outlined an array of initiatives to advance clean energy, including plans to hold the largest-ever sale of offshore wind farm rights in U.S. history and accelerate the construction of new power lines to transmit renewable electricity across the nation.
A new initiative has been launched to help enable the coexistence of offshore wind farms with a thriving marine environment.
Petrofac has appointed a new head of offshore wind operations and maintenance to bolster its offering in new energies.
Russian gas independent Novatek has struck a deal to secure renewable energy supplies for its Cryogas-Vysotsk LNG plant.
Aberdeen South’s SNP MP Stephen Flynn has slammed the UK Government over what he is calling the “great Scottish renewables robbery”.
Ineos has agreed a long-term deal with Eneco for the supply of power from the SeaMade offshore wind farm in Belgium.
Peterson has been awarded a logistics contract from Petrofac to support the offshore installation phase of two 700 megawatt (MW) transformer platforms for TenneT’s Hollandse Kust Zuid (HKZ) offshore grid.
It is claimed that low wind speeds may just be one of a “myriad” of factors that have led to truncated green energy production in Europe in recent months.
Subsea energy storage technology developed in Aberdeen is at the heart of an offshore power sea trial at a US Navy test site off the coast of Hawaii.
A German-headquartered company has been chosen by Shell to supply electrolysers for a green hydrogen project in the Netherlands.
The G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation (G+) has today announced Jakob Nielsen as its new chairman.
Aftermath of COP26 questions future of fossil fuels finance and what’s next for renewable energy investing
The COP26 climate conference in Glasgow should have made uncomfortable viewing for fossil fuel executives.
The new owner of Aberdeen marine and risk consultancy Marex is targeting its next phase of growth amid a shift into the renewables sector.
Scottish ministers have approved additional consents for the Stornoway Wind Farm on Lewis, allowing developers the option of larger and more modern turbines.
It is more than a year since the unceremonious collapse of Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) and the apprehension that followed.
One of Scotland's two nuclear power plants is being permanently shut down, almost 46 years after it started generating electricity.
Maritime services group Jan De Nul has launched its newest and largest offshore installation vessel, Les Alizés, ahead of delivery later this year.
An unidentified group attacked workers at the Zungeru hydropower plant, in Nigeria’s Niger State, killing security guards and injuring workers.