Scotland’s energy industry has now had some time to digest the results of arguably the most hotly anticipated offshore wind auction in history.
Net Zero Technology Centre
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) has struck a partnership deal with one of the world’s largest energy companies.
Developing and deploying technology at scale will help us achieve climate goals whilst fulfilling energy demand and, if done right, create jobs and export opportunities for Scotland.
A leading expert in wave energy has joined the industry panel of the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC).
Some of the energy industry’s biggest names are calling on the UK Government to make Scotland part of its initial carbon capture and storage (CCS) plans.
Scottish business leaders have joined forces with billionaire Sir Ian Wood to demand the North-east is made the centre of plans to decarbonise the UK energy system.
A £1.6million simulator has been unveiled which is expected to “transform” the way oil platforms are decommissioned and new energy projects are installed in the North Sea.
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) has today launched the first round of its global Clean Energy Start-up Pitch Battle.
A cross-sector approach to wind turbine blade recycling could lead to the UK becoming a global leader in the field.
The production and export of hydrogen to consumers will play a key role in the UK reaching its climate objectives and net-zero targets.
An emissions busting technology that is being backed by several large oil and gas firms could be a “non-starter” in the short term, according to researchers.
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) is putting an emphasis on decarbonisation and gender diversity for its latest TechX accelerator programme, which has a new man at the helm.
The UK will fail to reach net zero by 2050 without a drastic change to the way low-carbon technologies are funded, a new alliance of energy experts has warned.
Developing clean energy technologies and bringing them to market in Shetland is the focus of a new project recently funded by the Scottish Government and led by the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC)
A total of £34 million will be invested in projects aimed at “transforming the North Sea energy system” and delivering a net-zero future.
Aberdeen’s National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) and local firm Aubin Group have been awarded a share of an £800,000 fund to develop new technology for installing offshore wind farms.
A new group has been launched in order to unlock co-location opportunities for offshore wind and carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS).
An Aberdeen-based technology centre initially set up to boost North Sea oil production is being renamed to better reflect its recent “pivot” to emissions-busting endeavours.