Work is still ongoing to iron out issues at the world’s largest floating wind farm, well over a year since it became fully operational.
Nicola Sturgeon delivered her vision for Scotland’s offshore wind sector in front of industry leaders in Glasgow yesterday.
A business chief delivered a rousing speech on the potential for offshore wind to revitalise the Highlands and Islands during a major industry event on Wednesday.
Scotland will deploy a "minimum" of 20GW by 2030.
Forth Ports’ £40m renewables hub in Dundee was amongst the projects and companies honoured at the Scottish Renewables Green Energy Awards on Thursday night.
A new planning system proposed by the Scottish Government has been described as “a remarkable and major step forward” by Scotland’s renewable energy industry.
Panellists at a floating wind event in Aberdeen said the sector was ready for commercial deployment but must now work to get projects in the water lest the UK lose its valuable head start.
The head of Scotland’s renewables trade body took aim at government proposals to cap revenues from clean energy generators in a bid to reduce the impact of high energy prices on consumers.
Thousands are expected to attend a sold-out floating wind event in Aberdeen this week, but limited capacity has left some in the doldrums.
A new study estimates that the Scottish renewables sector supported the equivalent of over 27,000 jobs across the economy in 2020, but calls for better data collection from both governments.
More than three quarters of people in the UK back building new wind and solar farms to tackle the energy crisis.
Developers secured support for nearly 7GW of offshore wind projects as part of the latest Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction, 1.4GW of which will be built in Scottish waters.
Nearly 1.6GW of Scottish onshore wind and solar projects will receive backing under the latest clean energy procurement round, marking a promising return for the cheapest forms of new energy generation.
Industry body Scottish Renewables has welcomed three new directors to its board, bringing in expertise from business development, external relations and the energy services sector.
The decision by Oil & Gas UK to broaden its remit and change its name name to reflect the UK’s intended shift to low carbon energy pretty much across the board comes as no surprise.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) is dropping “oil and gas” from its name in a rebrand which will see its focus and remit broaden to new energy sources.
Scotland’s renewables industry has been reacting to the results of the much anticipated, £700 million ScotWind leasing round.
A further two energy events have been forced to alter their plans due to the ongoing spread of Omicron across Europe.
Calls for ministers to overhaul the grid transmission charging system have been reignited in the wake of UK hosting COP26.
A COP26 fringe event saw wave and tidal energy firms praise Scottish government support for the sector, but call for greater certainty to enable commercialisation.
The Scottish Government has been urged to implement a planning system which is in step with its net zero ambitions.
The UK Government has pledged to support the advancement of both green and blue hydrogen as part of plans to create a “thriving” low carbon sector.
An “alarming” new report setting out the impact of climate change on the planet should spell the end for oil and gas, according to a senior international figure.
Nominations for this year’s instalment of the UK’s largest renewable energy awards have officially opened today.
Offshore wind developers have been praised for the “time, effort and investment” they’ve put into their ScotWind applications.