A GLIMPSE of new technology online.
The Clap for Our Carers in Wick last night was noisier than previous Thursdays thanks to Seacat catamarans in the harbour blasting their sirens.
Pressure is mounting to stage a planning inquiry into a cheme at Loch Ness which could help the Highland economy recover from the Covid-19 crisis.
People without access to a computer or smartphone across the Highlands are being supported thanks to an electricity network provider's fund.
Highland Council raised an objection to SIMEC's proposed development at Glenshero in the Monadhliath hills last October
Claire Mack, chief executive of Scottish Renewables, discusses the reasons why checking the impact of projects on local ecology is so important
Rob Gibson says renewables should be at the forefront in the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown
A University of the Highlands and Islands team behind a marine renewables conference was determined that the show must go on – online.
Pioneering workers in the renewable energy industry will be recognised in a week-long celebration of their contribution to the sector.
Energy firm Whirlwind Renewables is keen to ensure as many people as possible gain from its Achlachan Wind Farm community benefit package.
Andrew Bradshaw argues that North Sea oil and gas workers need support after the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector