A huge rise in the number of electric cars on the roads of the Highlands and Islands has been predicted in a new study.
The UK's largest renewable and low-carbon energy exhibition and conference has a new person at the helm.
The introduction of a tourist tax could leave Ross-shire's lucrative cruise liner business all at sea, it has been claimed.
Blades for a leading tidal turbine due to be tested in Orkney will be built in the UK, after the pioneering company awarded its latest contract.
Formerly 'worst ever' application comes back with more details
Electricity customers in the north of Scotland are being urged to prepare for possible disruption to energy supplies during the winter.
Snow making, road clearing and other diesel-fuelled machinery at Cairngorm Mountain is set to be powered by biofuel in the new year.
Six towheads for the Equinor Snorre project have been delivered to Subsea 7's site at Wester, with a further three due to arrive at Wick next week.
Businesses working in Scotland’s offshore wind supply chain are highlighted in a new report published to mark Offshore Wind Week.
Support for small-scale projects looking to connect into the electricity network is being offered.
A landmark contract has been signed to supply the power train for the world's most powerful tidal turbine.