New figures on renewable energy generation have shown that Scotland hit a record year in 2017 with the country seeing 68.1% of gross electricity consumption met by renewables.
Shell is “looking at Scotland” as it considers future investment in offshore wind, a company chief said yesterday.
Scottish Renewables chief executive Claire Mack said yesterday that the "general uncertainty" caused by Brexit isn't good for the Scottish renewable energy sector, but that the industry is "by no means the worst off".
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said yesterday that a “less reckless approach to Brexit” will help prevent Scotland's wind sector from being “compromised”.
A report by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) has found that re-powering UK onshore wind sites built at the turn of the millennium could build on current capacity, yielding a net increase of 1.3GW, enough to power 800,000 homes.
Sustainable energy body, Scottish Renewables, has announced today the appointment of a new chairman and vice-chairman.
Scottish Renewables and Friends of the Earth Scotland claim that today's announcement of a new publicly-owned investment bank opens the door for effective investment in low carbon energy solutions.
In reaction to a slump in the small-scale energy sector, ten member organisations have joined forces to call on the UK Government to set out the future of the Feed-in Tariff.
New figures released by the UK Government have shown a £5.5billion turnover from Scotland’s renewable energy sector and a 300% jobs increase s in 2016 in certain sectors.
The Young Professionals Green Energy Awards has announced that it will be including Scotland’s top renewable energy apprentice in its categories this year.
Claire Mack, chief executive of Scottish Renewables, has said that she welcomes the Scottish Government's commitment to renewable energy.
Scottish Renewables has announced the appointment of Claire Mack as the organisation’s new chief executive.
Scottish Renewables’ has announced that chief executive Niall Stuart will step down in August.
I would like to address some of the concerns expressed in the Energy Voice opinion piece ‘SR crows about renewables supply chain performance overseas – I beg to differ‘, December 13th.
Scotland's renewable energy industry displaced the production of 13 million tonnes of CO2 last year, a rise of 10% new figures show.
Marine energy is a sector which has faced its fair share of ups and downs. That said, there remains much to be positive about in both wave and tidal energy in Scotland. Both industries have taken enormous strides forward in the last 12 months, and we are now closer to commercialisation than ever before.
Scotland’s ability to generate electricity from flowing water eclipses other parts of the UK, new research shows.
Hundreds of homes could soon be heated by the freezing waters of the North Sea after an energy project was given a £1.6 million cash boost.
Renewables has been tipped as the energy source which the Scottish Government should look to prioritise in the future.
Data from sports tracking app Strava have revealed cyclists and runners are using Scottish renewable energy tracks to rack up the miles.
Holyrood’s Energy Minister has hit out at David Cameron over his “perverse“ stance on renewables.
Green energy sources such as solar, biomass and heat pumps should be rolled out to help cut consumer heating bills, according to Scottish Renewables.
Output from the renewable energy sector saved about one million tonnes of carbon emissions each month last year, figures show.
New figures showing Scotland’s progress towards decarbonising electricity generation demonstrate the risks posed by removing support for the renewables industry earlier than planned, energy minister Fergus Ewing has said.
Renewable energy firms are at risk of “shutting up shop altogether” as a result of the early withdrawal of government subsidies, a Westminster committee has been told.