Global Energy Group (GEG) has outlined plans to capitalise on the energy transition after enjoying a period of growth within the business.
Global Engineering and Construction (E&C) is in the midst of a recruitment drive supported by a series of contract wins worth more than £25 million.
The Port of Nigg has been served a “green jobs boost” after it bagged a contract for work on what will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm.
Global Energy Group’s new group chief executive has described the firm as “probably the best positioned organisation in the whole of the UK” to make the most of the expansion in offshore renewables.
Global Energy Group has today announced the upcoming appointment of Tim Cornelius in the new role of group chief executive.
Australian businessman Tim Cornelius will resign as chief executive of Scottish renewable energy firm Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) later this month.
Simec Atlantis has entered into a share place agreement with a US-based investor in a move that could raise as much as £12 million.
A project helping to alleviate fuel poverty in Orkney and a wildlife reserve in the Highlands were among the winners at Scottish Renewable’s flagship award ceremony.
Simec Atlantis has praised the performance of its tidal and engineering services division after halving its pre-tax losses in a year.
Workers have been furloughed at a Highland marine energy firm as it looks to mitigate the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
A Scottish renewable energy firm is looking to expand its reach into Japan with the creation of a new office in Nagasaki.
A Scottish project has passed a new milestone for generating “predictable” renewable energy from a tidal array.
The removal of UK Government subsidy in 2017 left the burgeoning Scottish tidal energy sector in crisis.
Simec Atlantis Energy remains in “a good financial position” despite reporting more than £3 million in pre-tax losses for the first half of 2019, according to the boss of the Highland tidal firm.
Growing revenues from the Meygen tidal turbine project in the Pentland Firth has been a unique bright sport for Simec Atlantis Energy amid widening losses for the firm.
Atlantis Resources, the Scottish firm behind the MeyGen tidal-energy project in the Pentland Firth, has followed up a £6.5million cash injection with new joint-venture in Indonesia.
Scotland’s tides are among the most powerful in the world. With an estimated 25% of Europe's tidal potential, it is no surprise that Scotland reigns supreme in attracting international project developers and major OEMs looking to tap into this vast resource.
Atlantis Resources chief executive Tim Cornelius said 2015 has been a "transformational year" with the company's flagship tidal Meygen project approaching commercial power production.
The boss of global tidal developer Atlantis Resources has joined the board of the industry group promoting renewable ocean energy.