Green forms of liquefied methane could be a viable fuel for ships to help the industry meet greenhouse-gas emission reduction targets, a study showed.
Marine power firm Atlantis Resources said today that it had reinstalled two of the turbines used in the first phase of its groundbreaking MeyGen project in the Pentland Firth.
New proposals on the future of cross-border cooperation on marine energy supplies in the British Isles have been published.
Nearly £3billion has been invested in renewable-energy projects in Scotland in less than four years, according to an industry body.
The prime minister of Lower Saxony in Germany, David McAllister, is looking to build links between the region and Scotland after a visit to the north-east. Writing exclusively for the Press and Journal, Mr McAllister, whose father was born in Scotland, tells why he thinks there are plenty of common bonds and gives his views on Europe's debt crisis
RENEWABLE-ENERGY firm Vattenfall will sign a partnership agreement with organisations from the public and voluntary sector today with the aim of developing marine power in the region.
THE pot of money set aside to support wave and tidal energy projects in Scotland has run dry, Labour claimed last night.
First Minister Alex Salmond last night promised a massive economic boost for the north within a generation, as plans for a major marine energy development in the Pentland Firth were unveiled.
MARINE energy has a vast potential to contribute eco-friendly energy, but has only 10 years to prove itself as a viable technology or risk being eclipsed by other energy sources.