Westminster will announce the biggest-ever round of its flagship renewable energy scheme on Monday as it aims to secure “record” renewables capacity.
With COP26 in Glasgow two months away, one might think Scottish political eyes would be turning towards the issues it will discuss, even if that means parking some other preoccupations for the time being. Not so.
A massive revamped OGA data platform is being launched to “unlock” new opportunities in CCS, hydrogen and “environmentally sustainable” oil and gas projects in the North Sea.
The UK Government has pledged to support the advancement of both green and blue hydrogen as part of plans to create a “thriving” low carbon sector.
The Energy Institute has said the majority of UK workers plan to train for net zero in the coming year, but concerns persist on cost, timing, and availability of courses.
A new industry report has described blue hydrogen as an “essential” part of the UK’s net zero ambitions.
Ministers have been criticised over plans for a new North Sea oil and gas project, which could be approved just months before Scotland is due to host a global climate conference.
ScottishPower's boss said today that Aberdeen University can play a “leading role” in answering the big questions surrounding the transition to a green economy.
A new UK Energy Supply Chain (UKESC) taskforce has been established to help companies to transition to a green economy.
Subsea UK boss Neil Gordon says the industry body will embark on a “new era” when it becomes the Global Underwater Hub (GUH) later this year.
Aberdeen University will mark the official launch of its Centre for Energy Transition (CET) with an online event on Monday (May 31).
The UK’s energy minister has been booked to give the opening address at Subsea Live later this month.
Plans for a new low-carbon power station in the north-east, which would support hundreds of jobs during the construction and operation phase, have been unveiled.
There is pressure on the UK Government to share plans for overhauling the electric grid to remove “unnecessary barriers” to renewable developments in Scotland.
BP has announced plans for what it described as the “UK’s largest” hydrogen project.
The UK energy minister said the government is endeavouring to strike a “careful balance” between achieving net zero while preserving North Sea oil sector skills and security of supply.
The UK Government has freed up £11 million to help Scotland’s energy entrepreneurs turn their ideas into clean, green technologies.