Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) has become the latest tenant in the city’s Energy Transition Zone (ETZ).
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG)
David Rodger, the former head of Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) has joined renewable energy firm Statera Energy.
The Aberdeen-based digital technology company, Fennex, looks to create up to 12 ‘green’ jobs as it invests £1.2 million in its transition into the renewables sector.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is on the hunt for the best amateur snaps of the energy transition in action.
With an offshore wind pipeline approaching 100GW, the UK is recognised as a world leader in the sector. We can feel proud and excited at the same time as being inquisitive about how the supply chain will work together to achieve this ambitious pipeline. Scotland, also known as the ‘windbreak of Europe’, has 3.5GW of offshore wind already operational or under construction. And anyone involved in renewables will know that ScotWind is set to deliver an additional 28GW of installed offshore wind capacity from 20 projects, in addition to an expected 5.5GW from the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) leasing round.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group is set to host a webinar series to “build on the success” of last year's Energy Futures Conference and Exhibition.
AREG CEO David Rodger will be stepping down from his role at the end of March.
The winner of a competition to take the best picture representing energy transition has taken pride of place at the front of a new calendar.
As a leading voice for its 270-plus members, Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is gearing up for its 20th year, and with a strong focus on ensuring a just and equitable transition, the size of the prize has never been more evident.
Lolita Jackson, a 9/11 survivor and sustainability investor, has told an energy event in Aberdeen about her career journey into green energy in the wake of the tragedy.
Jeremy Cresswell was honoured last night at an industry event for his contribution to the renewable energy sector in Aberdeen.
Installing North Sea assets was once compared to the technical challenge of the moon landings - and a Shell boss has said industry efforts need to go even further when it comes to decarbonisation.
In the opening plenary session of Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group's (AREG) Energy Futures conference, panellists agreed that the key to energy transition is "collaboration".
ProtoTAU, Aberdeen University's Shell Eco-Marathon team are set to attend Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group's (AREG) Energy Futures Conference today.
The future of offshore renewables, Scotland’s hydrogen ambition, the changing supply chain, skills, and the transformation of the workforce will be amongst the major talking points at AREG’s inaugural Energy Futures Event next Conference and Exhibition next week.
Climate and sustainability expert, Lolita Jackson, is to address guests at Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group's (AREG) Energy Futures conference next month.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is set to bring hundreds of delegates together to discuss the region’s role in a net zero economy with a keynote speech delivered by Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport, Michael Matheson.
According to research by RGU Energy Transition Institute, over 200,000 offshore workers will be needed in the UK by 2030, and over 65% of the workforce will support low carbon energy activities.
Energy transition body Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) has gone beyond the 250 member milestone.
AREG membership has increased by nearly 70% in the last year as we continue to champion supply chain expertise, supporting the region to become a centre of excellence for renewable energy.
People across Scotland are being encouraged to pick up their cameras and capture the energy transition in action.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) will launch a new clean energy conference in Aberdeen this year.
The Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) has appointed five new board members to support its goal of promoting the north east of Scotland as a leading destination for renewable energy.
Plans have been set out on creation of a “critical” and long-awaited skills passport to help oil and gas workers transition into renewables.
There has been a general uptick in the number of students applying to degree programmes at Aberdeen University revolving around renewable energy.