ChargePlace Scotland (CPS) and Paua have signed a new partnership to provide a roaming solution for the Great British EV Rally in July.
Burns & McDonnell is to provide engineering and construction services to electricity network operators and renewable energy developers in Scotland following the opening of a new office in Motherwell.
The UK government has launched a consultation on expanding the Warm Home Discount in Scotland while enabling more energy suppliers to take part.
More floating wind projects have been offered option agreements through ScotWind Leasing than fixed, with almost £700 million in option fees to now be passed to the Scottish government.
Final figures released by the Scottish government show that the country just missed out on reaching its goal of 100% of its energy consumption being from renewables by 2020.
SSEN Transmission has submitted a Final Needs Case (FNC) to Ofgem for the first of its “subsea superhighways”, which connect the north of Scotland and England.
Scottish Renewables is calling on the government and Ofgem to reform what it said are “volatile and unpredictable” charges that penalise Scottish renewable projects.
Through its Active Network Management (ANM) project, SP Energy Networks has been able to connect 50MW of renewable generation to the constrained area of Dunbar, Scotland.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) is to maximise its capacity for renewables and other clean power sources during this month’s COP26 summit in Glasgow by adopting a new substation monitoring solution.