The opening of a new government-backed rapid testing facility for tidal turbine blades will help spur the development of marine energy technologies in Scotland, according to its designers.
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Renewables software developer ENIAN has been awarded half a million pounds to develop a new cost predicting algorithm.
Global energy consultancy Xodus Group is encouraging companies involved in renewables to engage in a new study into the costs around offshore wind.
Business leaders and environmentalists have created a 12 point plan of steps it says the Scottish Government should take to tackle climate change.
New research from Australian gas fields could 'pave the way' for the safe development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the UK North Sea.
Around £11 million has been allocated to supporting local projects in Malawi until 2023.
Bowing to student, staff and alumni pressure, the University of Edinburgh has announced that it will ‘transition out’ of fossil fuel investments within three years.
New understanding of the "dangerous phenomenon" of unusually large ocean waves could help inform the design of oil platforms and other offshore structures, researchers have said.
Moray (East) Wind Farm has come under scrutiny from a new report for the significant drop in their Contract for Difference (CfD) strike price from the first to second phase of the CfD auctions.
A university has moved £60 million of its investments into businesses that directly benefit the environment as part of its climate strategy.
Scottish and Canadian scientists have strengthened links on climate protection through Carbon Capture and Storage research
Orkney's European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) and the University of Edinburgh have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with organisations based in Qingdao to support the development of a marine energy test site in China.