Norwegian energy giant Equinor has launched an Irish offshore wind partnership with renewable energy-focused firm ESB.
Scotland’s mountaineers have called on Scottish Natural Heritage to stand up to wind farm developers they believe are “playing the system”.
A new floating offshore wind turbine designed by Saipem is to be tested by the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Ireland.
Planners have renewed their objection to a proposed 26-turbine wind farm, which it is feared would blight the north-east's iconic landscape.
Public exhibitions are to be held to display proposals for new turbines at a north-east windfarm.
A local climate group is hoping to stop a north-east wind development in it tracks by backing a local campaign.
Opponents of a proposed north-east windfarm claim it ignores local guidelines on large-scale energy developments.
Plans have been unveiled for nearly 30 turbines on a Mearns estate.
Launching 11 wind farms across Scotland, Irish firm ESB welcomed Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse to open their new Glasgow premises.
Irish energy firm ESB and REG Power Solutions today put pen to paper to take two concept-stage windfarms into development.