The SNP’s plans for green energy under independence have received a boost by five academics.
Scotland's wind industry should follow its Danish and German counterparts by developing more community-owned projects, say industry experts, notwithstanding the current UK Government's decision to reduce onshore subsidies.
The wind energy industry has been given a boost after smashing the record for the amount of British electricity generated for the second time in three months.
Residents are being urged to support a community scheme to fund the first of two turbines in a village to produce renewable energy.
Investment in roof-mounted solar schemes could deliver big returns to businesses in 2014, according to a leading consultant.
Angry campaigners claim a new map of windfarm developments in the north does not show the “true threat” of the march of the turbines.
Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has signed its first European order for the V110-2.0 MW turbine for a 40MW project in Poland.
Green energy campaigners have called for more homes and businesses to harness the power of the sun after solar capacity hit a new high.
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The East of England renewables’ sector will benefit more from Danish partnership than UK investment, believes the body overlooking the energy business in the region.
Exclusive: A windfarm developer has asked the UK Government to give it a special legal exemption which could shield it from a ruling which threatens the industry.
A plan for a giant windfarm eight miles off the coast of Caithness was hanging in the balance last night.
Scottish energy giant SSE yesterday sounded a ‘vote of confidence’ for Peterhead Power Station giving the go-ahead to £15 million upgrade works.
Researchers at Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University are carrying out a £40,000 project into marine energy development in Indonesia.
Norwegian utility company Statkraft has signed a purchase agreement for electricity from two windfarms in Scotland and Northern England with their operator, RES.
Plans for a 39-turbine windfarm on the Isle of Lewis could get the full go-ahead in spring 2014.
Scottish renewable energy projects had a record-breaking 2012, producing enough power to meet 40.3% of the country's electricity needs.
A £450million energy park which could create thousands of North Sea renewables jobs has been given the go-ahead.
Subsidy rates for Scottish island windfarms have been described as a "missed opportunity" with politicians warning a one size fits all approach could hinder wind project development.
US renewables firm First Wind has purchased a Wind Iris Lidar to boost the performance of its wind turbines.
Wood Group GTS has completed a £1.2million maintenance contract in Jamaica.
Energy regulator Ofgem has been criticised for delaying a review of electricity transmission charging arrangements by 12 months.
Hundreds of jobs at a solar panel factory are set to be lost after electronics firm Sharp announced plans to cease production at its facility in Wales.
The Government should act “ruthlessly” to cut subsidies paid to green energy producers in order to reduce household bills, a report has recommended.
A massive 600MW hydro power scheme in the Highlands has been given the green light by the Scottish Government.