First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged the UK Government to reverse its "disgraceful" decision to axe £1billion of funding for carbon capture and storage projects.
Energy Minister Fergus Ewing
A leading Highland anti windfarm campaigner has branded a Scottish Government emergency summit about onshore windfarms “a wake”, to mourn the end of massive public subsidies.
Scottish families are in line for £64 cut in their power bills after regulators backed the Press and Journal's energy price campaign.
Scottish ministers have given the go-ahead to plans for a 23 turbine windfarm near Loch Ness.
Green energy provided Scotland with nearly half its electricity last year.
Today, the Scottish Parliament will debate the future of Scotland’s oil and gas industry.
Scotland’s new wave energy technology development body will receive £14.3million over the next 13 months.
Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has admitted that no new money was being provided to fund a new body designed to bring security to the oil and gas industry.
The Scottish Government, which originally granted permission to the Viking Energy Shetland development in 2012, welcomed the Supreme Court's decision yesterday.
Governments on both sides of the border will look at boosting renewable energy production on Scottish islands today.
Powers over fracking for shale gas are poised to become the first of the Smith Commission proposals to be devolved to Holyrood.
The plummeting oil price has been seized upon by critics of the Scottish Government's forecasts in support of independence earlier this year.
Nearly 25,000 objections were lodged against proposals to build wind turbines the "size of skyscrapers" across Scotland.
Community renewable projects across the north and north-east have been awarded more than £250,000.
Further devolution for Scotland could allow power companies to sweep away a controversial system that drives up electricity bills in the north and north-east.