Sir Ian Wood has revealed that he thinks Aberdeen has been "left behind" in moving away from oil and gas.
Nearly half (45%) of disabled people have seen their energy bills increase since start of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a charity.
ScottishPower has said electricity usage dipped last year in its retail section, as the Covid-19 pandemic changed habits across the country.
Holyrood has passed new legislation on heating that could be “crucial” in Scotland’s response to the climate change emergency.
Oil giant BP is among the businesses to win the rights to build new wind farms in UK waters, it announced on Monday, as questions were raised about how the sites were allocated.
A north-east councillor hopes to encourage the local authority to back the Local Electricity Bill.
A consultation has been launched into Scottish Government proposals to revolutionise heating in homes and buildings in order to meet environmental targets.
Energy bills could go up by almost £100 for 15 million households across the UK after Ofgem said suppliers could pass on the cost of rising gas and electricity prices to customers.
Leading energy sector trainers, Survivex and AIS Training, are hosting a series of careers webinars with key energy companies to map out 2021’s upcoming projects and potential job opportunities.
Renewables overtook fossil fuels to be the biggest source of electricity in the UK for the first time in 2020, a report shows.
Gas and electricity supplier Symbio Energy is set to be slapped with a £100,000 fine by the industry regulator for late payments into renewable energy programmes.
The Government should take away the running of the UK’s electricity system from National Grid and set up an independent body to avoid conflicts of interest, the energy regulator has said.
Since coronavirus restrictions began more than one in 10 people across Scotland have missed an energy bill due to running out of money, new research indicates.
The Scottish Government is to commit £100 million to developing hydrogen as a greener form of power.
Scotland generated enough electricity from renewable sources last year to meet the equivalent of 90.1% of its total electricity consumption, according to latest figures.
A leading expert in clean energy has predicted plans to build a greener economy could spark "a new industrial revolution" in Scotland.
Two MSPs have called for a moratorium on new offshore wind contracts until the benefits to Scotland have been assured.
Ofgem will not slash the money that energy networks can give to their shareholders by as much as first indicated, after an initial plan to halve returns met resistance from the companies themselves.
Aberdeen chosen as home for the ‘world’s first’ offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
An international company specialising in testing and inspection is planning to open a new remote service centre in Aberdeen in the autumn.
Scottish Labour leader shares ‘great frustration’ on lack of resolution regarding Aberdeen Nine suspension
Richard Leonard said the lack of resolution on the suspension of nine Aberdeen councillors from the Scottish Labour party is of "great frustration" to him.
An Aberdeen MP has called on the UK Chancellor to put an oil and gas sector deal at the forefront of his economic statement when it is announced today.
‘Crisis’ sees Nicola Sturgeon unveil £62 million energy transition fund to support North Sea jobs and businesses
Nicola Sturgeon has announced a £62 million energy transition fund to support jobs in the oil and gas sector.
Energy giant BP has announced plans to cut around 10,000 jobs worldwide in response to the latest oil downturn.
A union chief has spoken of his hopes that a scheme can be set up to test oil and gas workers for Covid-19 before going offshore.
Young people in the north-east could get the chance to be on the frontline of efforts to decarbonise the UK.
Almost a dozen jobs are under threat at a north-east power plant.
Researchers from an Aberdeen university are investigating a prototype which aims to reduce carbon emissions.
Homeowners are being asked for their opinions on how to make their homes warmer and greener.
An Aberdeen couple have hit out at an energy supplier after they were left without power.