The UK’s largest annual renewables and decarbonisation conference has been postponed until next year as the impact of the pandemic rumbles on.
Senior political figure says UK Gov should avoid delaying COP26 again, but admits decision ‘isn’t in our hands’
The COP26 climate conference should not be delayed for a second year if the UK “can possibly avoid it”, a senior political figure has said.
Eni and the University of Strathclyde are joining forces to help Scottish oil workers transition into renewables.
Scottish firm Sulmara Subsea is making an expansion drive into the Asia-Pacific (APAC) with a new office in Singapore.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has announced plans to produce the “world’s first comprehensive roadmap” setting out how to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
The long-awaited United Nations Climate Change Conference will be a chance to “reset the benchmark” ahead of the worldwide push for net zero, according to one of the leading figures behind the event.
SSE, operator of the Peterhead Power Station, is facing backlash from various climate groups after being announced as one of the first sponsors of the COP26 summit in Glasgow.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that climate change, not Covid, remains the “greatest long-term challenge” facing the world ahead of a key international summit in Glasgow next year.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has announced plans to publish a blueprint before the end of the year laying out the path for the UK to achieve net-zero.
Small-scale geothermal energy projects have operated in the UK for decades, but wider adoption has lagged due to a combination of factors including cost, subsurface risk and the technologies required.
A key climate summit in Glasgow has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The announcement by the UK Government last month that it intends to ban the sale of petrol, diesel and hybrid cars by 2035 may well be a distraction from the utter mess it’s making of the arrangements for the United Nations COP26 summit in Glasgow later this year.
The recently sacked president of a major UN climate summit set to be hosted by the UK this year has accused Boris Johnson of a lack of leadership and "apparent dark ops" over her dismissal.
Glasgow City Council has introduced a fleet of electric bikes for hire across the city in a bid to encourage more people to use sustainable forms of transport.
Glasgow has pledged to become the first carbon neutral city in the UK.
The chief executive of British Gas owner Centrica pocketed a £2.4 million pay packet last year, despite the firm losing hundreds of thousands of customers as it embarked on a major jobs cull.
An electric bus scheme is among more than a dozen projects sharing in £6 million from a green economy fund.
The All-Energy conference is unlikely to return to Aberdeen by 2020, event organisers have said.
The five finalists in the All-Energy Marine Renewable Energy Investment Challenge have been announced.
Aberdeen has been highlighted as an entrepreneurial hotspot - with the number of new companies forming in the city over the past year on the up.
The brother of Paige Doherty’s killer has been forced to take a leave of absence from his job offshore after a court heard of his conviction for a sex offence.
The number of project finance deals reported last year dropped by 14%, according to new figures.
Hundreds of homes are to benefit from a new £10.6 million energy project aimed at cutting fuel poverty.
Aggreko has seen its pre-tax profits drop from £130million to £102million, affected by a number of factors including the slowdown in the North American oil and gas sector and civil war in Yemen. The power provider has created two separate business units which came into effect this month as it looks to adapt to market conditions. It said the move will include the “streamlining” of back-office processes and closing some depots.
The Irish-Scottish Links on Energy Study (ISLES) project partners are set to announce their key emerging findings from the second phase of their research at All-Energy 2015. The project is a collaboration between the Scottish Government and its counterparts in both Ireland and Northern Ireland. It aims to both facilitate and stimulate investment in an offshore transmission network to support the integration of renewable energy resources.