An energy industry consultancy's diversification into renewables is expected to create new jobs in Aberdeen, London and other global locations.
Danish renewable energy giant Orsted plans to directly invest up to £12 billion in Scotland if it is successful with all five of its bids in the ScotWind offshore wind auction.
Developers of Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm are celebrating after the final turbine at the project was successfully installed.
Updated: Aker Offshore Wind promises ‘large early investment’ as part of planned 6GW north-east floating wind development
Ocean Winds (OW) and Aker Offshore Wind (AOW) have pledged to create thousands of high-skilled jobs in Scotland if they're given the green light to build what would be the UK’s largest floating offshore wind development off the north-east coast.
Business leaders are calling on the Government to secure the future of the nuclear industry and support tens of thousands of jobs.
Thailand’s oil giant, whose sales account for about 10% of the nation’s economic output, is suddenly spending billions of dollars on electric-vehicle and renewable-energy companies and tilting its traditional businesses toward chemicals and plastics.
Investors poured more money than ever into renewable energy in the first half of the year, but the pace is far from enough to sufficiently curb increasing carbon emissions.
Less than 15% of the $2.4 trillion in government spending to support the post-pandemic economic recovery has gone to investments in clean energy, according to the International Energy Agency.
Royal Dutch Shell announced late last year it would slash capacity by half at its biggest oil refinery. For Singapore, where the plant has been a mainstay of the economy for six decades, it marked a turning point in one of the most successful bets on fossil fuels in history.
The world’s largest renewables project has been proposed in Western Australia, covering an area half the size of Belgium.
A new investment programme has been launched which will eventually unlock £200 million of public sector investment to help Scotland achieve its net zero target.
The UK and Indonesia have announced the creation of a new joint trade dialogue that will open green energy opportunities for UK companies in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
Over the last year, labour markets in Latin America and the Caribbean have faced an unprecedented unemployment problem.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has launched a search to find “shovel-ready” green energy projects.
Developers of batteries in the UK have projects on the go that would increase the country’s capacity more than 14 times what it is today.
The UK Government has freed up £11 million to help Scotland’s energy entrepreneurs turn their ideas into clean, green technologies.
Danish engineering and contracting firm Semco Maritime has announced plans to sharply enhance its renewables offerings in the coming years.
Sweden is fighting a draft European climate measure that it says could harm its world-beating green bond market.
Simec Atlantis has entered into a share place agreement with a US-based investor in a move that could raise as much as £12 million.
A “ground-breaking” new local energy company has been launched in Orkney as part of plans to support the “green industrial revolution”.
WindEurope has elected Andreas Nauen, chief executive of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE), as its chairman for the next 18 months.
‘A bright future for Levenmouth’: £18m for world’s first project to heat homes with 100% green hydrogen
Fife has leapt closer to launching the world’s first 100% green hydrogen network with the announcement of an £18 million funding boost.
An Edinburgh-headquartered firm has been given the green light to build one of the world’s largest battery storage projects on the banks of the River Thames.
Scotland is facing a “planning logjam” which could jeopardise the country’s 2045 net zero targets, according to new research.
There’s a danger that the deployment of hydrogen technology could be impacted by wider “government indecision” around what the future energy mix will look like.