A project in Orkney aimed at reducing the costs of decommissioning offshore renewables developments has been completed.
A dozen UK companies, including several in the north-east, are to benefit from a share of more than a million pounds to help realise their offshore wind ambitions.
A new programme aimed at helping domestic supply chain firms benefit from Scotland’s burgeoning offshore wind sector could deliver significant employment opportunities for the north-east.
A host of Scottish Highland and Island clean energy firms have made the shortlist for this year's Young Professionals Green Energy Awards.
Renewable energy contractor Leask Marine has today unveiled a "world first" deepwater drilling rig designed for the marine energy sector.
Orkney renewables supply chain firm Leask Marine has announced it has completed the decommissioning of the Ola Pier linkspan at Scrabster Harbour, Caithness.
Orkney renewables supply chain firm Leask Marine has announced it has won US offshore supplier accreditation.
A Spanish tidal energy converter has generated "first energy" at a test site in Orkney, according to the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).
Orkney has become the epicentre of great progress in the Scottish renewables supply chain.
An Orkney company is aiming to create a global first with a £1.5 million project to develop a new submersible drilling rig for use in the offshore renewable energy sector.
Island firms scooped a clutch of accolades at the Scottish Green Energy Awards on Thursday night.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has announced a deal with Orkney-based marine operations provider Leask Marine to remove a tripod foundation from the Fall of Warness tidal energy test site.
Orkney firms Green Marine (UK) and Leask Marine shared the honour for best supplier at the Scottish Green Energy Awards.