A Vodafone 4G mobile network has been deployed by Vilicom on the world's largest operational offshore wind farm, Hornsea 2.
Moray East Offshore Wind Farm
A major offshore wind farm located off the north-east coast has achieved full output.
The Port of Nigg has been selected by wind turbine and services group Siemens Gamesa as its assembly and installation port for the Moray West offshore wind farm.
Scotland’s cabinet secretary for energy, net zero and transport has cut the ribbon on a key facility for the country’s largest offshore wind farm
Danish wind turbine giant Vestas Wind Systems has revised its outlook for the year as it feels the sting of rising commodity prices.
The Highlands is poised to benefit from a “renewable energy gold rush” in the coming decades as the energy transition takes flight.
Global Energy Group’s new group chief executive has described the firm as “probably the best positioned organisation in the whole of the UK” to make the most of the expansion in offshore renewables.
Engineers have successfully installed the first offshore electrical infrastructure at Moray East, one of the largest offshore wind developments in Scotland.
Siemens Energy has undertaken the sail-away of the first offshore transformer module (OTM) that will be used to transfer power from a giant Moray Firth wind project.
Construction has begun on a new facility at Fraserburgh Harbour that will service a giant offshore wind farm.
A contractor on a major Scottish wind farm development has been accused of not making “suitable arrangements” to deal with an emergency situation.
A group of former Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) workers have branded the firm's takeover by a Canadian manufacturer a 'disaster' for the Isle of Lewis.
A host of Scottish Highland and Island clean energy firms have made the shortlist for this year's Young Professionals Green Energy Awards.
Giant structures that will make up part of Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm have arrived in the Moray Firth despite the current ‘challenging’ global conditions.
Delays to onshore work should not affect the schedule of Scotland’s largest planned offshore wind farm and will be “full steam ahead” after Covid-19 restrictions lift, according to the project boss.
A "large majority" of future renewable energy projects could be based in Scotland, according to analysts for a energy research firm.
A giant offshore wind farm project in the Moray Firth has finished pin piling work for 100 turbines and three substations at the site.
Simmons Energy managing director Mike Beveridge called on traditional North Sea energy service firms to board the offshore “wind train” if they want to guarantee longer term success.
Lack of "foresight" by bosses of a troubled wind turbine manufacturer is responsible for the firm's current redundancy woes, according to an industry insider.
Up to 28 jobs are understood to have gone at a Scottish wind energy firm today as the fight to keep 80 staff in work looks to have failed.
About 50 jobs are set to go at Scottish manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication’s (BiFab's) Arnish yard over the next week as work has dried up at the site.
Steel structures contracted to be built by Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) for a giant Moray Firth wind project are now finally being shipped out to site after a month-long delay.
The Highlands’ largest port has reported the most successful year in its 46-year history, with a 90% leap in annual profits.
A Moray Firth-contracted turbine jacket manufacturer has said its work with the wind project is “progressing to schedule” despite reporting widening losses.
DEME Offshore has announced it is "making strong progress" on the installation of pin piles at the Moray East wind farm in the North Sea.