Leading renewable energy firm ENERCON has moved into a purpose-built, 10,000 square foot site at Inverness Airport Business Park (IAPB).
A renewables developer has re-iterated its call for Highland Council to avoid a costly public local inquiry over a proposed hydro scheme on Loch Ness.
An Inverness man who was an early advocate of the potential of marine energy has been returned to the board of Scottish Renewables.
The company behind a controversial new hydro scheme on the banks of Loch Ness has proposed a separate battery storage facility near Glen Affric.
A wave power device due to be tested in Orkney later this year will be used to power underwater vehicles as part of an innovative field trial.
Chance for supply chain or service companies to enter this category in the 2020 Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Awards.
A duo of conference events being held in Glasgow in the run-up to the UN Climate Change Conference will focus on the pathway to net-zero.
A NEW chairman and two new board members have been appointed at the Port of Cromarty Firth.
Debate must be had in Scotland's year of coasts and waters on the environmental impact of a complex network of marine development, argues Rob Gibson
A global wave energy company is coming to Scotland in a bid to reduce costs associated with developing the pioneering technology.
A project aiming to combine electricity, transport and heat networks in Orkney will soon be offering low-cost energy products to islanders.
For many communities across the Highlands and Islands, renewable energy provides an opportunity for investment and regeneration.