Unions, local business and industry representatives have joined forces to challenge what they call a “renewables scandal too far”, after supply chain firm BiFab failed to secure any contracts for a major offshore wind project.
Funding of more than £20 million has been announced by the Scottish Government to boost the number of electric vehicles in Scotland.
The Scottish Government should undertake an impact assessment before any decommissioning work is proposed at Hunterston, according to a Scottish Green MSP.
There is a "big prize" for the north-east subsea sector if it can get greater government recognition and support, according to a subsea boss.
The Scottish Government's claim today that it wants to 'rebuild exploration activity' in the North Sea has been labelled as contradictory and confusing by a Green MSP.
A £60 million fund to help drive low carbon innovation has now opened for business.
Scottish renewable energy generation has seen a 19% rise between 2017 and the same period last year.
The North Sea’s oil and gas reserves remain significant – even after decades of production and prosperity.
The UK’s first passenger ferry powered by liquefied natural gas has been launched in Scotland as part of a drive to cut emissions.
Nicola Sturgeon is to return from a UN climate change conference earlier than planned to be available for talks over the future of the crisis-hit BiFab yards, the Deputy First Minister has told MSPs.
Scottish Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse, believes the north-east oil and gas sector can be an essential asset to the changing face of energy in Scotland.
Sarah Beattie-Smith reacts to Nicola Sturgeon’s comments in Reykjavik concerning climate change, saying the First Minister was ‘absolutely right’ to claim Scotland has a moral duty to act on climate change.
Operations director of INEOS Shale, Tom Pickering, says that he believes the move to ban fracking by the Scottish Government ‘is a sad day for evidence led decision-making’.
Campaigners have challenged the Scottish Government to go further and faster to tackle climate change and help protect the world’s poorest people from extreme weather and famine.
Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, today set out the government’s plans to boost growth, create employment and harness the innovation of the future through £45 million in funding over three years.
The UK Government has extended the immigration right to remain of non-European Economic Area nationals who work in the offshore wind sector.
The Scottish Government and a renewable energy technology centre will jointly put forward £920,000 for an offshore wind research programme.
Scottish Labour Party holds SNP Government’s feet to the fire over the need to make private rented accommodation more energy efficient.
Cabinet secretary for the economy Keith Brown has said an independent Scotland could be more "proactive" in helping the struggling North Sea oil and gas industry.