Energy Secretary Ed Davey agreed yesterday to move forward with a deal that could see the UK’s renewable energy targets being partially met by green-electricity imports from Ireland.
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An influential group of MSPs has dismissed Donald Trump's claims windfarms would do "tremendous damage" to Scotland's tourism industry.
Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a "debate" on the future of controversial windfarm schemes amid a row in the coalition over their spread.
A power company has submitted a £1.4billion application to build up to 125 wind turbines off the east coast of Scotland.
Researchers at Strathclyde University are aiming to help Scotland to meet its ambitious renewable energy targets by improving the performance of offshore windfarms, following investment from Scottish Enterprise.
The windfarm that has enraged US business tycoon Donald Trump could help cut the cost of renewable energy production by £45billion, according to its developer.
Offshore renewable energy projects will transform the Scottish economy and re-industrialise communities, Alex Salmond claimed yesterday.
AREG has become a key catalyst in helping to develop the local economy.
Tens of billions of pounds could be saved and carbon reduction targets still met if less was invested in renewable energy, according to a new report.
Scotland's ambitious renewable energy targets are achievable, according to a new report.
The Alliance of Sector Skills Councils in Scotland (Alliance Scotland) has urged the Scottish Government to take a "leap of faith" to help it reach its target of having all of the country's electricity generated from renewable energy by 2020.
Opportunities in the offshore wind market will be highlighted today at an Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) event.
Relaxation of the constraints that dictate where offshore windfarms can be built could cut £16billion from the overall cost of developing UK offshore wind, the Carbon Trust claims.
THE EU's greenhouse emissions and renewable energy targets are "unrealistic" and could damage European business, according to the head of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).