Obsolete and bad information is plaguing the debate around new nuclear power developments in Scotland, according to one of the UK’s leading energy lawyers.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned that Scotland faces a “tsunami of fuel poverty” as energy bills are set to increase again in October.
Wave energy leaders in Scotland see offshore wind developers as potential infrastructure partners in their drive to harvest vital renewable power from the country's waters.
The war in Ukraine has jolted European politicians into finally understanding that overdependence on imported energy can carry extreme risks. What they haven’t understand yet though is that you can’t just turn off one set of taps and turn on another.
Scottish Development International (SDI) will lead Scotland’s largest ever offshore wind trade mission to Taiwan this month. A delegation of 16 Scottish companies specialising in offshore wind project development, construction, installation, operations, and maintenance will take part in Wind Energy Asia, Taiwan’s leading wind industry supply chain trade show. It will be held at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre from 9 to 11 March, where Scotland will have a pavilion for the first time.
Scotland would be up to £6.7 billion better off with investment in carbon capture technology, the energy minister has said.
The number of green jobs in Scotland has fallen again with businesses making less money, official figures suggest.
Europe is too reliant on Russian gas. In fact, Europe is too reliant on gas full stop but it being mainly Russian gas makes it even more problematic.
Be it at your local pub, round at your mate’s or at Murrayfield itself, Scots up and down the country were celebrating the Six Nations rugby win over England on Saturday.
Don’t fritter away Scotland’s ScotWind millions, argues former energy minister Brian Wilson, on the £700m coming to the country's coffers.
The ScotWind licencing announcements on January 17th were certainly a welcome and hugely material vote of confidence in the future of the offshore energy sector in the UK.
Concern has been raised over whether Scotland will truly reap the benefits of the huge ScotWind offshore wind auction, as overseas yards like Lamprell eye work.
Excitement in the supply chain for the ScotWind offshore leasing round is tinged with tough lessons from Scotland’s recent past on offshore wind.
BP's “long-term” commitment to Scotland is a key selling point for the company and its partner EnBW in winning ScotWind acreage, according to the bid’s top boss.
Seven out of 10 Scots are worried about rising energy costs, research has found.
Westminster’s Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng is being urged to use his powers to address the issue of fair grid access for renewables projects.
Scottish Government ministers must make a “quick decision” on carbon capture if it can meet its net zero ambitions by 2030, independent advisers at the Climate Change Committee (CCC) have said.
How best to describe Scotland’s current energy predicament? Well, no-one can resist a football analogy - and inspiration duly came as I tuned in to the recent World Cup play-off draw.
Scotland is seeing the highest demand for “green jobs” than any other part of the UK according to new findings from PwC.
The Scottish government is committed to expanding the Scotland-Vietnam relationship as the power-hungry Southeast Asian nation hopes to expand its nascent offshore wind sector. Significantly, there will be increasing opportunities for Scottish companies as Vietnam eyes offshore wind development in deeper waters.
West of the COP26 climate conference, among the lochs and glens of Argyll, Hazel White toils on the front line of the fight against global warming.
Scottish oil firm Cairn Energy (LON: CNE) has announced it will change its name to Capricorn Energy, effective from December 13.
Nicola Sturgeon has described oil and gas as the “most difficult” issue for Scotland to confront, speaking on the opening day of the COP26 climate conference.
The UK Government has set aside tens of millions of pounds to build new large-scale floating offshore wind ports and factories.
Boris Johnson has insisted the north-east’s Scottish Cluster carbon capture bid “still has strong potential” despite the UK Government choosing to reject the project.