Edinburgh-headquartered tidal energy firm Nova Innovation has announced the completion of a project aiming to reducing the cost of the technology by 30%.
A Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate and tidal energy expert said he wants Shetland to "maximise" the island's oil and gas extraction.
Edinburgh-based Nova Innovation has announced today that it's Shetland tidal array has reduced operational costs of the technology by 15% - more than a quarter of the way to its 40% forecast by 2022.
The Scottish Government is set to turn the tide on a previously defunct £10 million marine energy scheme.
In the fight against climate change, the tide is turning for those who wish to lead the transition to clean energy.
The Scottish marine energy sector should be "prioritised" in the Scottish Government's draft budget, according to a renewables trade body.
Island firms scooped a clutch of accolades at the Scottish Green Energy Awards on Thursday night.
A "nice little industry" is emerging in the north of Scotland tidal energy sector, a top renewables analyst has said.
A Scottish tidal turbine firm has scooped an EU business award for its work in the marine energy and micro-grid sector.
An Edinburgh-based tidal energy firm will sit down with G7 ministers today to discuss the future of the offshore renewable energy sector.
Edinburgh-based Nova Innovation has been given the go-ahead by the European Commission for the next stage of its tidal energy project.
A Shetland tidal project operated by Edinburgh-based Nova Innovation has been given a boost thanks to a seabed lease extension by Crown Estate Scotland.
Edinburgh-based Nova Innovation has announced further expansion into Wales with investment of new office space to augment its presence within Pembroke Dock-based Marine Energy Hub.
Scottish tidal energy specialist Nova Innovation said yesterday it was to play a leading role in a major new European project.
A Scottish marine energy company that has developed a tidal array off Shetland won £40,000 in a competition for companies with low-carbon energy projects.
Scottish renewable-energy firm Nova Innovation said yesterday a £2.25million grant from the European Union would help it “revolutionise” the future of tidal-power.