Growth in low carbon power generation stalled in the UK last year, after doubling in the decade since 2010, analysis suggests.
Three companies will pay £10.5 million to the energy watchdog’s redress fund over the power cuts in August which left more than one million customers without power and caused travel chaos, regulator Ofgem has said.
Britain has reached an historic clean energy milestone with zero carbon electricity outstripping fossil fuels in 2019 for the first time, National Grid has said.
After nine failed suppliers, major takeovers and a price cap on bills, the energy sector has faced another bruising year which seemed to mark, once and for all, the end of the Big Six.
New Year Honours: Jacquelynn Craw is recognised for work taking her from barrels of Brent crude to ballet
Having used her business expertise to help organisations in the arts and education sectors, Jacquelynn Craw said she was “totally delighted” to be made an MBE.
A team of north-east researchers have developed a prototype tiny turbine which they say could save homeowners hundreds of pounds every year.
Energy provider iSupply will pay £1.5 million after it overcharged thousands of customers for their energy and kept it from regulator Ofgem.
School students from across the north-east have had their physics, maths, chemistry and geology skills puts to the test in the final of a long-running competition.
Households could face an extra £4 charge on their energy bills after a series of supplier failures in the sector left customers and rivals to fill a black hole.
Fees will be introduced for electric car charging points across Aberdeenshire from 2022.
Experts are warning that the continued popularity of SUVs could offset any benefits gained from electric cars.
Lerwick port bosses have reported a continued upturn in offshore energy-related business during the third quarter of 2019.
Thousands of north and north-east households will have a new name at the top of their energy bills next year if regulators approve a £500 million takeover of SSE’s domestic supply arm.
Climate change protesters may target this week’s SPE Offshore Europe event as the sector faces a “tobacco industry moment”, it was claimed last night.
A new electricity substation could be built in Boddam as part of a national development.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) will showcase three industry-leading simulators at next week’s SPE Offshore Europe conference and exhibition in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm EnerMech has been hit with a suspected malware attack.
Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) is to reopen its yard at Methil, Fife, and create 40 new jobs at the site.
Pensioners across the Highlands have been left in "desperate straits" due to crippling bills from a "mis-sold" energy scheme.
A Highland Conservative MSP has said it is “not at all surprising” that a new poll shows a majority of Tory voters support onshore wind projects.
Woman who made it in male-dominated energy sector will return to Aberdeen alma mater to inspire young girls
A pioneer in the north-east's energy sector will return to her former school to help inspire a new generation of young women.
Aberdeenshire-based energy equipment maker Flowline Specialists has reshuffled its management team after its long-standing chief executive left the business.
A director of Moray Offshore Renewables claimed last night that the new £12 million deal with Global Energy Group (Geg) could herald a “significant pipeline” of offshore wind work in the Highlands.
A Highland energy boss last night hailed the agreement of a £12 million deal with a giant Moray Firth offshore wind project as “a real statement of confidence” in the Scottish renewables sector.
The managing director of a new Aberdeenshire-based decommissioning business has said he has already received interest from south-east Asia in the weeks-old venture.
The UK oil sector’s quest to improve diversity and inclusion among the workforce will not be forgotten about as the energy transition debate gathers steam, an industry chief said yesterday.
Emergencies are not to be taken lightly so I am waiting with interest to find what the UK Parliament and Scottish Government announcements of a climate change emergency add up to.
An energy company has apologise to Forres residents for the disruption caused by a lengthy period of power lines works.
A windfarm developer has claimed a lack of government funding has put its plans on hold.
WorleyParsons has announced a rebrand after completing a £2.4bn acquisition of the energy, chemicals and resources division of US firm Jacobs.
Elgin will play host to the first first Energising Communities Conference to be held in the Moray.
A subsea consultancy has announced the creation of 10 new Aberdeen jobs after raising £500,000 from investors.