The operators of a far north wind farm which went live earlier this year are now ready to shell out the first tranche of cash from its community benefit fund.
Councillors are being recommended to object to a proposed 17-turbine wind farm near Inveraray in Argyll when its planning committee meets tomorrow.
Two bids to buy Belfast's struggling shipyard are "valid and credible", the local MP has said.
Australia’s financing of cleaner power is slowing because the country’s aging grid isn’t being upgraded quick enough to accept new, intermittent generation and transport it efficiently to demand centers.
A trade union has said the benefits from the boom in offshore wind have mainly passed the UK workforce and economy by.
More British electricity is set to come from zero-carbon sources than fossil fuels this year for the first time since the Industrial Revolution, National Grid has said.
Oil and gas doyen Sir Ian Wood said yesterday a “major energy transition park” could help Aberdeen capitalise on the switch to a low carbon economy.
Nearly half the world’s electricity will come from renewable energy by 2050 as costs of wind, solar and battery storage continue to plummet.
Scotland’s mountaineers have called on Scottish Natural Heritage to stand up to wind farm developers they believe are “playing the system”.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a large wildfire last night more than 24 hours after the alarm was raised.
Campaign group Sustainable Shetland has called on local councillors to impose a moratorium on all local wind farm developments and instead explore finding the “best environmentally sustainable” energy solutions in the isles.
The wind power industry added 8 percent more capacity last year, enough to power 30 million U.S. homes.
A turbine firm who agreed a multi-million deal to provide upkeep to four Scottish wind developments has placed itself into "self-administration".
Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm project is set to create close to 100 full-time jobs once complete.
Engineering group Tekmar has acquired 80% of a renewables and subsea consultancy – for just £2.
The generation of renewable electricity in Scotland reached record levels last year, according to official statistics.
Plans to extend a controversial wind farm near a north-east village have divided community opinion.
Moray Council will try to block the construction of more turbines in a remote area, amid fears it could become a “wind farm landscape”.
The Scottish Government has overruled Moray Council decisions to refuse wind farm developments 10 times in the past decade.
“Who has seen the wind?” asks 19th-century author Christina Rossetti in her poem of the same name.
A giant offshore windfarm project off the coast of Angus has taken another step forward with the Scottish Government approving a planning application for its onshore substation.
The north-east's supply chain is well placed to support major wind farm development projects off Scotland's east coast, Sir Ian Wood said.
Campaign groups, charities, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and even the Ministry of Defence have all signalled their vociferous opposition to the creation of a giant wind farm on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park.
Skills honed in the North Sea oil and gas industry could be key to the north being chosen for an offshore wind “cluster” to deliver a stream of multi-million-pound projects.
Port of Cromarty Firth is planning a new quayside complex for cruise ship passengers with space for businesses to set up ‘pop-up shops’, the organisation’s chief executive, Bob Buskie, revealed yesterday.