The owner of the BiFab manufacturing yards has called for tighter regulations on offshore wind developers and manufacturers to help prevent it missing out on vital contracts.
A joint summit on offshore wind power will be hosted by the Scottish and UK Governments in Edinburgh, it has been announced.
A third of British electricity could be generated by offshore wind farms by 2030, the Government has said as it unveils a new deal with the industry.
Renewable power rose to record highs last year, supplying well over a quarter of the UK’s electricity, as coal continued to decline, official figures show.
ScottishPower has announced it will invest up to £2 billion in “clean energy” projects this year, supporting 300 new jobs.
A new cut-price wave energy device that could help power homes and businesses is being developed by experts at a Scottish university.
Scotland has lost almost a third of its onshore wind energy jobs in a year, while offshore wind employment increased by 55%, according to new figures.
The £2.2 billion acquisition of Amec Foster Wheeler at the end of 2017 has opened up a host of new opportunities for owners Wood.
A hydrogen refuelling station in Aberdeen has officially reopened to the public, following an upgrade.
A mammoth Moray Firth windfarm project has announced a multi-million agreement with a Highland port.
Satellites detecting changes in trees from space could help identify potential “hotspots” of lithium situated underground in Cornwall, researchers have said.
Plans for a major north-east solar farm project have been welcomed.
A team of Aberdeen experts are set to find out if they have made the final of a competition that would net them a £15 million prize.
Aberdeen's hydrogen bus fleet will double in size with £3 million from the Scottish Government, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Construction of eight wind turbines off coast of Aberdeen have been approved.
Scotland's largest solar farm has generated enough power to make 3.3million litres of ice cream this year.
A fresh push on decommissioning to reinvigorate the North-east economy is needed from the Scottish Government, according to Scottish Green co-convener Maggie Chapman.
An Aberdeen firm revealed yesterday it had safeguarded more than 40 North-east jobs after buying a survey company that was part of bankruptcy-hit Harkand Group.