UK government figures show the north of Scotland pays more for electricity than anywhere else in the country, says a Ross-shire MP.
Rob Gibson argues that forests and wind farms can live in harmony as part of the battle against climate change
A special day celebrating the Highlands and Islands renewable energy sector has been put on hold as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new online platform has been launched to share environmental impact data for marine energy developers.
Claire Mack of Scottish Renewables looks ahead to interesting discussions on developing clean growth to tackle climate change
Schools and other council venues are due to get energy saving measures as part of a bid to reduce the authority's carbon emissions.
The annual All-Energy and Dcarbonise events have been postponed until the autumn amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Solar panels installed on public buildings across the Highlands so far will generate more than 500,000kWh of energy a year.
Gavin Mackay, of HIE, hopes Crown Estate Scotland's statements can help bolster supply chain as the region looks to expand its offshore wind offering
A North Sea services firm has extended its contract with BP.
Two giant yellow structures known as towheads were transferred from Wick Harbour to Wester.
Andrew Bradshaw, head of energy insight at Fifth Ring, considers what the future holds for oil firms more used to peaks and troughs than stability