Nova Innovation has secured EU funding for a 4MW tidal energy farm off Orkney that will be home to the largest number of tidal turbines anywhere in the world.
A new 'state-of-the-art' tidal turbine blade has been manufactured in Scotland for the first time, and engineers say it could reduce the levelised cost of tidal energy (LOCE).
Global Underwater Hub report finds supply chain capability high, lack of project visibility threatening confidence
A report by the Global Underwater Hub (GUH) released today has emphasised the strength of the UK supply chain but warns a continuing lack of project surety is impeding necessary investment.
Developers of a prototype wave energy device off Orkney say it has weathered Storm Babet and continued to deliver power despite the harsh conditions.
Scottish Renewables is calling on the UK government to take urgent action to maintain the country's position as a 'world leader' in renewables.
Scottish Renewables has announced the shortlisted nominees for the 2023 Scottish Green Energy Awards, set to be held on November 30 in Edinburgh.
Local leaders and international influencers gather in Aberdeen for Energy Voice's inaugural Women In New Energy conference celebrating the critical role women have in shaping the future of the energy sector.
Rivtide Power has been awarded a £100,000 SMART: SCOTLAND feasibility study grant by Scottish Enterprise to further develop its hydro-turbine technology.
A huge energy transition opportunity awaits, meantime Aberdeen needs to retain its oil and gas skills base.
“Innovation funding is crucial for early-stage technologies, and I am grateful to EuropeWave for this support which will help leverage the additional private investment this project will require,” he continued.
Aker Solutions and Mocean have signed an agreement which could see UK oil and gas fields powered by wave energy within two years.
The UK will fall further behind the US on green technologies without a national investment fund to help turn start-ups into the companies of tomorrow, a leading think-tank has warned.
We've taken a closer look at some of the projects that are putting Scotland's tidal energy sector on the map.
Crown Estate Scotland will seek input from tidal and wave developers this month as it considers how to structure future leasing opportunities.
Thailand’s state energy company has invested in a Scottish project aiming to prove the viability of powering subsea assets with wave energy.
A wave energy convertor bought by Orkney Council for just £1, will be decommissioned costing the council £150,000.
Billions of pounds can be saved by Westminster collaborating with European partners, it says.
Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) says it will not meet an end of June deadline for publishing its 2022 annual report and has requested a suspension of share trading until it can do so.
Gordon McIntosh is the new chairman of Edinburgh-headquartered QED Naval, replacing former occupant Peter Syme who has retired.
Stuart Payne, CEO of the NSTA, talks North Sea investment, whether electrification will hit the emissions mark, and inspiration from Teddy Roosevelt.
Aberdeen’s ongoing transition of decarbonising the oil and gas industry and investing in the development of sustainable green energies has the potential to inject new life into the city, restoring its position on the world stage as an economic powerhouse.
Energy developer Nova Innovation is leading a consortium to look at the potential of producing green hydrogen and oxygen from its tidal projects in Shetland.
The past 12 months have seen wave technology firm Mocean Energy go from strength to strength, as a major demonstrator project off Orkney paves the way for commercial deployments.
New analysis commissioned to mark 20 years since the opening of the EMEC facility on Orkney shows it has supported millions of pounds in investment and hundreds of jobs across the UK.
TEXO Engineering and Fabrication has been chosen as preferred fabrication contractor for Mocean Energy’s range of wave energy generators.