A communications advisor at Shell has been named as the new CEO of Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG).
The manufacturer for the largest wind farms in Scotland has announced plans for 220 job cuts in what has been described as a "body blow" for the sector.
A pod of dolphins were spotted frolicking in and around Aberdeen Bay this week.
A firm formerly headed by US president Donald Trump has been ordered to pay Holyrood’s legal bills over Aberdeen Bay wind farm battle.
Swedish wind developer Vattenfall experienced an increase in pre-tax profits for 2018 as big wind developments continued to churn sales.
The energy giant behind a controversial north-east wind farm will offer £3 million to the community.
Turbine blades at Aberdeen Bay windfarm clocked record speeds during yesterday's gale force winds, according to the project operator.
The operator of the Aberdeen Bay windfarm confirmed last night it has applied for consent to "prolong" the life of the development.
An "exciting period" for north-east renewables is responsible for a spike in Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) membership, according to the chairwoman of the organisation.
The £2.6million scientific research programme at the Aberdeen Bay Windfarm picked up a prestigious nature award last night.
With more than four decades’ experience in offshore energy exploration and production, the north-east of Scotland is widely recognised as the global hub for innovation in energy.
A “first of its kind” study is being deployed off the coast of Aberdeen to investigate how bird populations are affected by major wind energy projects.
John Robertson, Senior Development Manager for Crown Estate Scotland, the body responsible for leasing the seabed in Scotland talks through some of what lies ahead for the offshore wind industry in Scotland.
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.
Tours showcasing the new offshore wind turbines are to start in Aberdeen.
The new £300 million wind farm off Aberdeen has reached a major milestone by generating power for the first time.
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.
Vattenfall and UK offshore wind research group ORE Catapult have announced a collaboration to allow cost reduction and safety testing at the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC).
It is with some satisfaction that, over the past few weeks, I’ve been watching the installation of the 11 large turbines that comprise the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre, which is owned 100% by the Swedish energy utility Vattenfall.
One of the giants of offshore engineering arrived in Dundee today — and made a suitably big impression.
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.
A ground-breaking project to track the “mysterious” migration routes of fish from three of the north-east’s rivers is now underway.
A key contract for Vattenfall’s £300million-plus European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) in Aberdeen Bay has gone south of the border.
The European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) said it will start onshore substation works for its £300million Aberdeen windfarm.