A Scottish project has passed a new milestone for generating “predictable” renewable energy from a tidal array.
Plans have been unveiled to build the world’s first ocean-powered data centre in the north of Scotland.
Tim Cornelius heads up one of the companies paving new energy paths in tidal.
Scottish tidal power firm Atlantis Resources is in talks with a preferred developer for a project off Lancashire.
Edinburgh based tidal power company Atlantis is preparing to launch a bond offer at the end of the month.
Atlantis Resources said today that the first AR1500 tidal turbine at its MeyGen project off Caithness had produced first power.
Nicola Sturgeon predicted that the Highlands would soon be “powering the world” as she unveiled a £500million clean energy project that could create thousands of north jobs.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on the UK Government to end uncertainty around subsidies for marine energy projects.
Work on the world’s biggest tidal-energy array has taken another key step forward after marine services company James Fisher inked a five-year deal to supply operations and maintenance (O&M) expertise.
Scotland’s energy minister has hailed Scotrenewables Tidal Power’s giant turbine as a “game changer” as it gears up for testing in Orkney.
The MeyGen tidal power project in the Pentland Firth has reached a technical milestone with its connection to a major power distribution network.
Atlantis Resources, the company behind the ground-breaking MeyGen tidal power project off the Scottish coast, has reported its first profit with its chief executive hailing the firm's "amazing progress" during 2015.
Tidal power specialist Atlantis Resources has sold a minority stake in its Scottish tidal development company to marine construction firm DEME for £2million, to boost its Sound of Islay project .
Green campaigners have welcomed plans for a £500 million boost to Scotland’s tidal power industry.
Tidal power player Atlantis has entered into a partnership agreement with Equitix, the investor and fund manager of infrastructure assets with over £1.7 billion of funds under management.
A tidal project in the Scottish islands has exported power to the grid for the first time. The Shetland Tidal Array - which consists of three 100 kW turbines, with more planned in following phases - is one of the world’s first in-sea tidal arrays.
Aberdeenshire energy service business ROVOP said yesterday it had won a string of contracts worth a combined £7million.
An academic has cast doubt on the number of jobs the renewable energy industry would create in Scotland.
New guidance on the sensitive siting of windfarms was published yesterday.
Scotland's ambitious renewable energy targets are achievable, according to a new report.
A new £50million centre aimed at accelerating the commercialisation of green technologies will be based in Glasgow, the UK Government announced yesterday.
TIDAL energy projects in Scotland received a boost today after the Scottish Government announced plans to increase the financial support they could get.
Power utility Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) said yesterday that electricity production at the troubled Glendoe hydro station could restart in the first half of next year.
Amid the bloated claims that are made about what renewable energy will deliver for Scotland, the technology to which least attention is paid is the one that actually delivers most - hydro electricity.
For more than 30 years, I have been an enthusiast for developing the potential of wave and tidal power. That takes me all the way back to Salter's Ducks, which were bobbing around at that time.