Greencoat Renewables’ chairman says the company “continues to perform extremely well” despite “real challenges” in the wider economy.
EDF Renewables will break ground next week on its new onshore wind farm in Scotland’s central belt.
A Shetland-based firm has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to support the installation of a subsea cable between the island and the mainland.
SSE Renewables has installed the first completed turbine at its Gordonbush Extension in the Highlands.
European countries ordered a record 15 gigawatts (GW) of wind turbines in 2020, an increase of 74% on 2019.
A wind farm in the northern Highlands recently hit a major milestone after it exported electricity to the National Gird for the first time.
A wind turbine data-sharing program, which aims to enhance operational performance visibility in the renewables sector, has been launched.
Shetland suppliers have benefitted from almost £5 million resulting from the development of a huge onshore wind farm on the island.
Fred Olsen Renewables application to develop Paul’s Hill II wind farm in Moray has been approved by Scottish ministers.
International renewable service company BayWa r.e. has completed the sale of the UK’s first subsidy-free wind farm.
WindEurope has elected Andreas Nauen, chief executive of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE), as its chairman for the next 18 months.
A new report setting out the how onshore wind projects in Scotland have contributed to the restoration and promotion of peatland has been released.
Charities in the Western Isles face losing out on a “devastating” £500,000 a year as a result of the undersea cable fault.
Plans to build an onshore wind farm, which developers claim will deliver a “host of benefits” to the local community, in the south-east of Scotland have been given the green light.
The harsh reality facing many coastal communities up and down the UK today gives a sad irony to the iconic music hall song “I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside”.
Earlier this year the UK Government announced that onshore wind would be eligible to compete in the fourth Contracts for Difference (CfD) allocation round in 2021, a welcome outcome which will help ensure onshore developments will play a prominent role in the ‘green recovery.’
Scottish Government proposals to remove support for sustainable developments from planning policy has been branded a “retrograde step” by a leading industry body.
Vestas has been confirmed as the supplier of the 103 turbines for the Shetland-based Viking Wind Farm, the UK’s largest onshore wind development.
Leading figures in onshore wind have voiced concerns that a lack of resources for local authorities could create a “barrier” to renewable projects.
Work to install a huge power link cable between Shetland and the Scottish mainland is expected to get underway later this month after the main contractors were appointed.
Energy regulator Ofgem has approved a huge power link cable from the Shetland Isles to the Scottish mainland.
A new report from the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) has claimed that the country’s renewable energy employment figures have flatlined since 2014.
A Scottish firm has scooped a lucrative multi-million pound deal to run construction at a giant onshore wind farm in East Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway.
Scottish Government officials have been accused of “riding roughshod” over recommendations from Moray Council planners about where wind turbines could be built in the region.
A number of Highland clean energy projects could potentially rake in hundreds of millions of pounds for the Great Glen area, a new report has claimed.