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Bid to wave goodbye to complex consents process

Bid to wave goodbye to complex consents process

Bid to wave goodbye to complex consents process

A leading marine energy test centre is hoping to streamline the process to test larger capacity devices at one of its sites.


Net-zero network needs £2.2bn surge, says operator

Net-zero network needs £2.2bn surge, says operator

Net-zero network needs £2.2bn surge, says operator

The electricity network operator in the north of Scotland says it needs to invest at least £2.2 billion to meet the growing demand from renewables.


Prize will pay fuel bills for a year

Prize will pay fuel bills for a year

Prize will pay fuel bills for a year

A delighted Nairn woman has won the equivalent of a year's worth of energy bills after entering an online competition.


Trading Standards officers warn over rogue home energy traders in the Highlands

Trading Standards officers warn over rogue home energy traders in the Highlands

Trading Standards officers warn over rogue home energy traders in the Highlands

ROGUE traders are targetting homes in the Highlands, sparking warnings from council officials for the public to beware.


Renewables power ahead with new record production

Renewables power ahead with new record production

Renewables power ahead with new record production

Record levels of electricity generation from renewable sources in Scotland have been welcomed.


Work begins on Enercon's Inverness training centre

Work begins on Enercon's Inverness training centre

Work begins on Enercon's Inverness training centre

A global renewable energy firm was preparing to land in Inverness as work got under way on its new Scottish distribution and UK training centre.


£100m scheme to boost offshore wind supply chain

£100m scheme to boost offshore wind supply chain

£100m scheme to boost offshore wind supply chain

Supply chain firms are being encouraged to capitalise on the growing offshore wind sector after a new partnership was announced.


Cromarty Firth rig protests come to an end

Cromarty Firth rig protests come to an end

Cromarty Firth rig protests come to an end

A 12-DAY stand-off in the Cromarty Firth was brought to a close as climate campaigners ended an international protest against oil giant BP.


North awards seek a burst of new energy

North awards seek a burst of new energy

North awards seek a burst of new energy

THE north’s thriving energy sector is being encouraged to share stories of its success by entering the Highlands and Islands Business Awards.


Sturgeon praises youngsters for tree-mendous efforts

Sturgeon praises youngsters for tree-mendous efforts

Sturgeon praises youngsters for tree-mendous efforts

Young people in Scotland understand the value of trees and the huge role they can play in tackling climate change, Nicola Sturgeon has said.


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