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Hydro developer tries to allay fears over 400MW Loch Ness scheme

Hydro developer tries to allay fears over 400MW Loch Ness scheme

Hydro developer tries to allay fears over 400MW Loch Ness scheme

The company behind the plans provides updated information and argues that criticism of its initial application with Highland Council was unfair.


Call for ambitious approach to heat networks

Call for ambitious approach to heat networks

Call for ambitious approach to heat networks

Industry body wants to see existing technology deployed across Scotland's cities to help tackle climate emergency.


VIEWPOINT: How will the electric vehicle revolution impact the Highlands?

VIEWPOINT: How will the electric vehicle revolution impact the Highlands?

VIEWPOINT: How will the electric vehicle revolution impact the Highlands?

Andrew Bradshaw considers the inevitable move towards electric transportation and the repercussions on our society, particularly in rural areas


VIEWPOINT: Time to end the market ban on onshore wind

VIEWPOINT: Time to end the market ban on onshore wind

VIEWPOINT: Time to end the market ban on onshore wind

Scottish Renewables' Claire Mack says 47 approved wind farms face losing permission due to UK government policy to block the technology from auction


Wind energy council plans eightfold increase in offshore output

Wind energy council plans eightfold increase in offshore output

Wind energy council plans eightfold increase in offshore output

The new group has been set up to champion the growing sector and push local content and jobs in future projects.


Bigger turbines approved for wind farm extension

Bigger turbines approved for wind farm extension

Bigger turbines approved for wind farm extension

A Scottish renewable energy developer could go ahead with a wind farm extension without subsidies after ministers agreed a change in planning consent.


North Sea deal leads to jobs boost for Global

North Sea deal leads to jobs boost for Global

North Sea deal leads to jobs boost for Global

Additional jobs will be created by engineering specialist Global E&C following a new deal with independent North Sea developer EnQuest.


Energy firm agrees to broadband studies after request by Caithness councillor

Energy firm agrees to broadband studies after request by Caithness councillor

Energy firm agrees to broadband studies after request by Caithness councillor

A wind farm company will investigate the possibility of enhancing high-speed broadband services following a request from Councillor Karl Rosie.


Advice sessions on accessing wind farm community funding

Advice sessions on accessing wind farm community funding

Advice sessions on accessing wind farm community funding

Advice for communities interested in accessing wind farm funds will be available at special sessions on Thursday.


Caithness councillor discusses nuclear decommissioning impact on visit to Japan

Caithness councillor discusses nuclear decommissioning impact on visit to Japan

Caithness councillor discusses nuclear decommissioning impact on visit to Japan

Struan Mackie, deputy chairman of the Dounreay Stakeholder Group, has visited Japan to discuss the impact of nuclear decommissioning on communities.


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