A solar energy manufacturer in Moray is set to expand and create jobs, thanks to almost £200,000 of funding.
A Moray solar company has won an award for energy efficiency at a property they helped build in the Highlands.
The entrepreneurial team behind revolutionary new technology aimed at speeding up the time it takes to grab a beer at major events are launching a fresh fundraising drive.
Campaigners have claimed that millions of salmon sold by the country’s fish farms should not be branded as Scottish - as salmon eggs are being imported from Norway and Iceland to boost stocks.
Concerns have been raised that a planned energy park could be built too close to the St Fergus Gas Plant.
There was an air of new beginnings at Offshore Europe yesterday as thousands of industry experts from around the world descended on the new P&J Live venue in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen comes last in the solar energy stakes after scientists found it has the least sunshine.
Mackie’s of Scotland has won a major new contract to supply ice cream to M&S stores around the country.
Two Aberdeen entrepreneurs have secured £300,000 funding to further develop their invention for pouring a perfect pint in seconds.
Innovative thinkers and renewables leaders are being sought to enter this year’s highly coveted Gold Awards.
One of the North Sea’s original pioneers has bid farewell to a basin he first operated in almost 50 years ago.
Highland chain Harry Gow has become the first Scottish bakery to win a coveted national title for a second time.
In the first environmental project of its kind attempted in Europe, divers have begun restoring Highland oyster reefs fished to extinction more than a century ago.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Margaret Gear, owner of Yasp Physiotherapy Clinic in Scalloway, Shetland.
Can you spot yourself in our video highlights from this year’s P&J Energy Voice Gold Awards? For the full list of winners, click the link below: IN FULL: All the winners from this year’s P&J Energy Voice Gold Awards And for our bumper photo gallery, click here.
Two power giants have led fresh calls for a "level playing field" to encourage investment in pumped storage hydro following the publication of a new report on the benefits of the technology.
The man behind Scotland’s two largest solar farms has revealed that everyone thought he was “a bit crazy” when he suggested the technology back in 2010.
Renewables firm Elgin Energy has been granted Scottish Government consent for a 50 megawatt solar farm at Milltown Airfield near the Moray town.
Shetland’s “unrivalled natural advantages” for delivering small satellites into space have been highlighted as the team behind the proposed launch site on the islands stepped up a campaign to win support for its plans.
An office building in the heart of Aberdeen has changed hands for an undisclosed sum only weeks after it was snapped up at auction for just £20,000.
The fifth annual P&J Energy Voice Gold Awards, in association with Aberdeen Standard Investments, was held at the Chester Hotel in Aberdeen on Friday night honouring companies and individuals who have excelled in the north-east energy sector over the past year.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Richard Glanville, owner of Inverness-based rescue equipment firm MacInnes Stretchers.
The north-east’s most famous ice cream brand has scooped a £100,000 contract to supply Asda stores around the country with it’s luxury chocolate bars.
Business leaders from the north and north-east won four of the top national honours at the 2019 IoD Scotland Director of the Year Awards last night.
Sporting events and attractions are not just big businesses in their own right – they also bring both social and economic advantages to the surrounding areas.
An Aberdeen pub renowned for being a last bastion of male chauvinism until equality laws forced it to change its ways has gone on the market, with the seller seeking offers in excess of £500,000.
A young Aberdeen entrepreneur is predicting his fitness gear firm will turn over £3 million next year as his business goes from strength to strength.
Sparrows Offshore Group has reported a boost for renewable energy in “another year of stability and growth”.
The Aberdeen and Dingwall offices of Brodies played a key part in the law firm notching up record turnover during the year to April 30.
An Aberdeen-based creative firm has scooped the agency of the year title at the Scottish Tech Startup Awards.
The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews set the bar high in one of the categories of the cHeRries Awards in 2018, and judges are on the hunt for an equally strong winner at this year’s event.
Each week we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Gordon Pearson who runs Wow Scotland Tours, together with wife Kay, in Tomatin.