The UK Government timetable for its offshore wind power auction will not be delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
A north-east power station has topped the list of Scotland’s air polluters, but bosses insist a sharp rise in toxic fumes was caused by freezing weather.
French oil company Total SA is among the final bidders for a stake in an offshore wind farm that may cost more than £5.7 billion to develop and operate, according to people familiar with the matter.
Almost seven million trees have been felled in the north of Scotland to make way for onshore wind farms since the year 2000, according to new figures.
Subsea 7 has sank to a loss due to ‘weaknesses’ and reduced activity in the renewables and heavy lift markets.
Oil and gas firms will still look to invest in hydrogen and carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology despite no government subsidy due to climate change "pressure", according to Deloitte partner Daniel Grosvenor.
Energy giant SSE has begun its shift from diesel and petrol to electric vans with the launch of a new fleet of low carbon vehicles.
A million pound investment in Aberdeen’s electricity network will help restore light after a blackout for one area of the Granite City.
New proposals to make Scotland a monopile construction hub for future UK-wide offshore wind projects has been branded “a really big ask” by a UK renewable energy expert.
I agree with Scottish Government Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse on many things: the imperative to tackle the UK and Scotland’s climate emergency; the essential role deploying renewables plays in doing so; and the crucial need to achieve this roll-out at the lowest cost possible to energy consumers.
Scottish renewable energy developer SSE Renewables has been given the green-light to begin construction on its first subsidy-free onshore wind farm in the Scottish Highlands.
North Sea wind projects alone “will not support” a vibrant home supply chain and jobs, according to the boss of Scotland’s biggest offshore wind developer.
Challenger brands to Britain's biggest energy firms have cemented their place at the top of the rankings in an annual customer satisfaction survey.
Energy giant SSE has announced it is slashing jobs at a north-east power station following years of uncertainty.
An oilfield services firm with a major operating base in Aberdeen has bagged its first significant Scottish offshore wind contract in what is understood to be a multi-million deal.
UK energy giant SSE has confirmed it will complete the £500 million sale of its energy services arm to Ovo Energy today, clearing the way for the firm to focus on its renewable energy portfolio.
On the Friday before Christmas, the last of 140 workers at the Arnish fabriction yard on Lewis were paid off.
After nine failed suppliers, major takeovers and a price cap on bills, the energy sector has faced another bruising year which seemed to mark, once and for all, the end of the Big Six.
Jim Smith, Managing Director of SSE Renewables, calls on the UK Government to recognise the unique opportunity of COP26 and help shape the climate change fight.
Strong evidence emerged yesterday that a much sought after Scottish wind farm contract targeted by BiFab will be manufactured in China.
Yesterday, the inauguration of world’s most powerful turbine, GE’s Haliade-X, was held in Rotterdam.
Scotland's renewable energy sector needs "clarity" from the new-look UK government about the potential "risks" posed by Brexit, according to industry bosses.
The sale of SSE’s domestic energy business to a rival has been cleared by the competitions watchdog.
UK wind giant SSE has announced it will push into Europe's onshore wind market with a small number of new German projects through its subsidiary SSE Renewables.