Politicians, analysts and workers have now all had some time to digest the Scottish Government’s ‘energy strategy and just transition plan’.
Lights, Camera, Action! The North Sea has seen it all this year, with the world's focus on the energy sector it has not been without its fair share of representation in film.
Scotland will deploy a "minimum" of 20GW by 2030.
A new pact on hydrogen between Scotland and Germany has been branded “extremely bad news” for the domestic supply chain.
A much-anticipated business event linking key global hubs in Scotland and Australia will return to Aberdeen for the fifth time next week.
Ministers have been accused of making misleading claims about Scotland's capacity for offshore wind power by repeatedly using a "completely fictious statistic".
Several Scottish companies, including SSE, Xodus, and Flotation Energy, are laying the groundwork to play a key role in developing Japan’s nascent offshore wind market.
Chinese yard Dajin Offshore Heavy Industry will supply wind towers for Ocean Winds’ Moray West offshore wind farm in Scotland after winning a subcontract from Siemens Gamesa.
Scotland's energy secretary, Michael Matheson, has said that developing the country's hydrogen sector is the “greatest industrial opportunity since oil and gas”.
A mammoth North Sea green energy project could deliver a £4.1 billion boost to Scotland, new research has found.
The former CEO of BP, who warned the industry of its impact on the climate 25 years ago, has said rising calls to cease new oil and gas in the North Sea should be tempered amid a need for homegrown supply.
North Sea oil and gas revenues will make Scotland’s stubbornly high deficit smaller than that of the UK, an economic thinktank has predicted.
First power has been achieved from Seagreen, the largest offshore wind farm in Scotland.
Floating offshore wind (FOW) is the new great hope, the next big breakthrough, in renewable energy. It is a huge worldwide growth area with transformative potential for our people, our communities, and our national wealth and wellbeing.
New report says green jobs growth strongest in Scotland but skills gap threatens north-east ‘hub’ hope
The pace of growth in “green” jobs is faster in Scotland than elsewhere in the UK but any failure to invest in skills may threaten energy transition employment opportunities north of the border, a new report warns.
The publication yesterday of our first report as the new Just Transition Commission could not have come at a more challenging time for Scotland and its journey to a just net zero transition.
The race is warming up to determine the locations for Scotland’s two Green Freeports.
Power-hungry, fossil-fuel dependent Japan has successfully tested a system that could provide a constant, steady form of renewable energy, regardless of the wind or the sun.
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.