Footage has been released of cracks found inside a reactor at a nuclear plant in Scotland.
Organisers of the Eilean Dorcha Festival in North Uist have announced English country singer Nathan Carter as the headline act for 2019.
EDF has reported a sharp drop in UK earnings last year as it lost 200,000 customers to rivals amid a “highly competitive” market.
More than a million energy customers on EDF’s standard variable tariff face a 10% price increase from April 1.
Controversial work that will close part of the Great Glen Way has started.
Four crofting townships in the Western Isles hope to take advantage of the near-£600 million auction in their plans to develop community-owned wind farms.
An energy firm has ruled out transporting huge turbine parts overnight despite protests from motorists left frustrated by traffic delays.
There was fresh disruption on a northern roads at the weekend as wind farm bosses return massive -and incorrectly sized - turbine parts to Inverness.
Blundering wind farm bosses could be hit with a convoy bill of up to £180,000 after ordering turbine parts in the wrong size.
SSE has become the last energy firm from the Big Six to hike bills, prompting a minister to call on consumers to “vote with their feet”.
The Western Isles could be among the first places in Scotland to have “super turbines” as developer EDF announces plans for 656ft-tall structures on Lewis.
Talks aimed at resolving accusations an energy giant is shortchanging Moray communities by £16million have ended without resolution.
EDF Energy is to increase its standard variable electricity tariff by 1.4% – £16 a year – from June, affecting around 1.3 million customers.
A four-day public inquiry begins today into a 13-turbine windfarm proposed for a hillside near Loch Ness.
The chief executive of French energy giant EDF has insisted its multibillion-pound plans for a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point would not be affected if the UK votes to leave the EU.