Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
Investment in green-energy projects is crucial to Scotland’s economic recovery post COVID-19.
Fife fabrication firm AJS Production has returned to work to complete a 30-tonne wave machine which will take to the seas this year.
Clean energy solutions provider H2Tec will carry out key upgrades to the European Marine Energy Centre's (Emec's) hydrogen production plant in Orkney.
The road to large-scale hydrogen production is likely to be long and riddled with tough challenges, particularly if it is to become a fixture offshore.
Offshore union RMT has claimed the government is “ignoring” oil and gas workers during the “national crisis” of the coronavirus outbreak, and written to the Chancellor for action.
Pioneering new wave technology, which could revolutionise the way in which we capture energy from the sea, is being created in Fife.
An “attractive local energy tariff” is to be launched in Orkney this year after a £28.5 million “world first” scheme to maximise the benefits of the islands’ renewable power production for residents was given the go-ahead for its next stage of development.
Along with renewables, energy efficiency, nuclear, land reform, BECCS, biofuels and batteries I am convinced that hydrogen will be key enabler to deliver net zero.
A "zero-emissions" test flight will take place out of Orkney in a bid to bring the UK a step closer to decarbonising air travel.
Aberdeen-headquartered Hydro Group has completed trials of a new technology which could save tens of thousands of pounds on costs of scanning the seabed.
A film produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio will shine a spotlight on Orkney’s pioneering marine energy work when it premieres this month.
Renewable energy contractor Leask Marine has today unveiled a "world first" deepwater drilling rig designed for the marine energy sector.
Fifty small-scale, single wind turbines scattered across Orkney, Lewis and Shetland have changed hands as part of a £50 million deal.
Orkney’s location is a unique attraction for both oil and gas and marine tourism activity.
As many as 500 jobs are expected to be created through a new scheme to tackle fuel poverty in the northern and Western Isles.
Orkney Council is facing a bill of up to £384,000 to clean up an oil spill caused by the navy decades ago at Lyness port.
The European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Orkney is to lead a £2.2 million project to support the development of wave and tidal power in coastal areas of north-west Europe.
Serious concern has been raised by islanders in Orkney over plans for a new power line, more than a third higher than the existing lines on the isles.
Spanish marine energy developer Magallanes Renovables’ said today that its floating tidal turbine has arrived off Orkney for testing.
The Harbour Authority in Orkney has two bragging rights that it is very proud of. Firstly, it has Scotland’s longest deep-water commercial berth at Hatston just outside Kirkwall, and secondly it has Europe’s largest natural harbour of Scapa Flow (at 125 square miles) both within its estate.
A marine service firm which launched a new offshore division in Aberdeen in December will install a new electricity cable in Orkney.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has shared new seabed data with the European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Orkney.
The Scottish Government will split £1.5million between six projects in an effort to secure more North Sea oil and gas decommissioning work for the country.