Doubling the UK’s onshore wind capacity by 2030 would reduce consumer bills by £16.3 billion over the course of the decade.
The Scottish Affairs Committee has called on Ofgem to change how transmission charges are distributed, to help strengthen the Scottish renewables sector.
SSE Renewables is aiming to co-locate hydrogen production facilities at two onshore wind farms in Scotland and Ireland in a partnership with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
A new report from Transport Scotland and Scottish Futures Trust has highlighted the need for changes to the current ChargePlace Scotland network.
ScottishPower and Shell have teamed up to submit proposals for the world’s first large-scale floating offshore windfarms.
A strategic partnership between City of Edinburgh Council and SP Energy Networks has been formed as part of the former's new decarbonisation strategy.
First Bus is transforming one of its depots into the UK’s largest EV charging hub with the installation of 162 150kW electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
Scotland’s green energy sector currently supports 22,660 jobs, according to new research that also found that renewables provide 97% of its electricity consumption.
Green energy infrastructure investment is being jeopardised by British regulations that favour EU electricity imports.