The north exit of Lerwick could have another large wind turbine among its landscape as a local company looks to go even greener.
Siemens has awarded multi-million pound contracts with a series of UK firms for the development of the Moray East windfarm.
Dutch contractor Heerema has been awarded a contract to help construct the first major offshore wind project in the US.
An analyst has predicted “massive investments” for the UK’s renewables sector between now and 2030.
The wait for a “significant pick up” in the North Sea’s subsea vessel market is likely to continue until 2021, according to a leading shipbroking firm.
Big Six energy supplier E.ON will become the UK's biggest renewable power firm from Tuesday as bosses revealed they would only provide electricity from renewable generation for its 3.3 million customers, the company announced.
Hypothermia, falls from height and electrocution are among the injuries caused to Scotland’s windfarm workers over the last five years, according to new figures.
Given Aberdeen’s long-established position as Europe’s leading energy hub and its global reputation for energy project delivery, the energy transition is set to have a major impact on the local supply chain.
German wind energy company Enercon is to open a “flagship” Scottish distribution and training facility employing 20 people at Inverness Airport Business Park (IABP) early next year.
The future of Moray’s landscape may rest in the hands of the Scottish Government as it considers a major new wind farm development.
A trade union has said the benefits from the boom in offshore wind have mainly passed the UK workforce and economy by.
With Europe’s energy strategy being one of electrification and clean energy, what impact will that have in Europe and how can the downside be managed?
Trade unions fighting to save Fife’s mothballed BiFab yards have announced plans for high-level talks with energy giant EDF Renewables.
Nearly half the world’s electricity will come from renewable energy by 2050 as costs of wind, solar and battery storage continue to plummet.
With offshore supply chain opportunities under the spotlight in Aberdeen this week, it is important to realise that this isn’t just about oil & gas.
Apollo has made a new appointment to spearhead the Aberdeen-based energy consultancy's on-going expansion into renewables.
We Scots are often guilty of failing to enunciate our Ts. If you ever hear us referring to a “bah-ery”, we’re talking about energy storage systems.
A noticeable “change in tone” within the north-east energy sector over the last 12 months has provoked the decision to enhance the focus of Opportunity North East (ONE), according to Sir Ian Wood and Jennifer Craw.
A consortium is looking at how anchoring technology currently used in Scotland’s marine energy sector might be transferred to aquaculture.
A wind farm based on the outskirts of Glasgow has been hailed as a "national success story" - a decade on from its official opening.
Renewed calls have been made for power regulator Ofgem to consider the impact a lucrative 600MW National Grid link from Western Isles wind farms to the mainland could have on the area.
Operators of the Beatrice offshore windfarm say it has produced the highest amount of energy from any single renewables source in Scotland to date.
Opponents of large wind farm developments in Shetland have said they are not surprised permission to increase the turbine height for the planned Viking Energy development was granted by Scottish ministers.
The renewables sector can compete with oil and gas for employees, an energy sector veteran said yesterday.
Scotland’s mountaineers have called on Scottish Natural Heritage to stand up to wind farm developers they believe are “playing the system”.