The Scottish Government has unveiled a £100million Green Jobs Fund as the country aims to make a low-carbon recovery from Covid-19.
More than three-quarters of Scots oil workers are considering retraining for the energy transition, according to a new claim from Scottish Renewables.
Around 1,500 jobs created with every gigawatt of clean energy installed in Scotland, trade body claims
Around 1,500 jobs are created with every gigawatt (GW) of renewable energy built in Scotland, according to a new figures.
A future vision for exporting energy sector talent would “hear a Scottish voice” on every overseas renewables project, according to a trade body boss.
A Scottish administrator has said it is “in conversation” with a number of wind farm funds about providing coronavirus relief.
A predicted boom in North Sea offshore wind jobs has been branded “a pipe dream” by union bosses after the Scottish Government admitted that it only uses “estimates” of current employment figures in the sector.
Further jobs are set to go at Fife-based manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) as it emerged that a potential life-saving wind farm contract for the firm could be delayed.
25% of Europe’s tides, 10% of its waves and 25% of its tidal power – the figures are staggering.
A new green energy manifesto released by a Scottish trade body has put a range of measures before the next UK Government in an effort to boost renewable energy development.
Nearly half of all people living in Scotland are more conscious of the need for energy sustainability due to climate change, a new poll has found.
More than 70 countries across the world are benefiting from Scotland's knowledge of renewable energy, a survey suggests.
A Scottish renewables trade body boss has admitted that the vote to leave the European Union came at an inopportune moment for the sector.
Scotland’s renewable energy sector needs to “increase the number of women” in its ranks, the head of an energy trade body has warned.
A renewable energy trade body chief has said the sector "can be key" to the country's future, as first minister Nicola Sturgeon announced a £1.5 billion increase in infrastructure spending today.
Claire Mack, chief executive of Scottish Renewables, has said that she welcomes the Scottish Government's commitment to renewable energy.