An offshore wind test facility based off the coast of Aberdeen has received more than £70 million in subsidy since it became operational, according to new data.
European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC)
Wind turbines off the coast of Aberdeen will now turn for a quarter of a century after an application to prolong the life of the renewable energy development was a granted by officials yesterday.
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The former project boss of the Aberdeen Bay wind farm has been appointed take the lead on a much larger Scottish offshore development.
Donald Trump's golf course company has been ordered to pay almost £250,000 in legal expenses to the Scottish Government following a court battle over a wind farm.
The Aberdeen Bay Wind Farm generated £23.3million in turnover during its first six months operating, according to new figures.
Technology and innovation organisation the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has announced that it has given business support to 600 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) since it started in 2013.
The Swedish developer of the offshore wind farm situated in Aberdeen Bay has revealed where £150,000 will be spent within the north-east community.
Swedish wind developer Vattenfall has said it is looking to further expand in Scotland as it celebrated a sizable half-year profit growth.
An Aberdeen-headquartered offshore services firm has created 20 jobs thanks to a deal with Swedish wind farm developer Vattenfall.
An offshore wind deployment centre off the coast of Aberdeen has announced it will employ radar technology to observe how seabirds interact with wind turbines.
Swedish wind developer Vattenfall has confirmed it will table an extension application with the Scottish Government for the Aberdeen Bay project this week.
A Danish firm has announced it has scooped the lionshare of a turbine contract for the Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Farm.
A turbine at Aberdeen Bay wind farm has been out of action since early February due to a possible "lightning strike".