Watch as the five members of the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) who conceived the idea of the Aberdeen bay wind development, or European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre, outline the role they played.
Dogged perseverance and “sheer bloody-mindedness” has led to eleven of the world’s most powerful wind turbines being constructed off the coast of Aberdeen.
UK government plans to boost investment in renewables creates "greater certainty" for Aberdeen companies, according to an industry body.
Wind farm developer Vattenfall will outline the potential supply chain opportunities to UK Subsea companies tomorrow as part of the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm project hook up.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (Areg) is seeking input from its members as it plans, along with other groups across Europe, an international strategy for marine energy.
With the first turbine installed at Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm yesterday, developer Vattenfall is claiming a number of renewable energy industry firsts.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (Areg) has today announced a collaborative agreement with a national US offshore wind business network.
There is a “whole piece of work to be done” to increase the number of UK supply chain companies involved offshore renewable projects.
Everyone knows that when you cut Aberdeen it bleeds energy, but that doesn’t mean the imminent arrival of the world’s most powerful windfarm just off the coastline of Aberdeen hasn’t been a long time coming for Morag McCorkindale and Jean Morrison.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump is waiting for a ruling on the latest round of his legal fight against an offshore wind farm project near his Scottish golf resort.