Consumers are increasingly switching to small and medium sized energy providers and shunning the “Big Six”, according to new figures.
Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm has started generating power.
The power of sport for social good is well recognised and, when harnessed in the right way, can have a positive impact on organisational goals including improving health, wellbeing, education and social inclusion.
A Highland school has been forced to close today due to having no water, heating or power. Farr Primary School and Nursery School in Inverness has closed today because of power shortages. The closure affects 51 pupils and 15 children.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
Hundreds of properties have been left without electricity across the north of Scotland this afternoon as Storm Caroline sweeps across the country.
Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, has confirmed that powers over agriculture are likely to pass directly from the EU to Westminster.
Around 400 homes are without power in Aberdeenshire.
About 400 homes across the north-east were left without power yesterday morning after storms swept the country.
Around 450 north-east properties have been left without electricity after a large-scale power failure.
The picturesque landscape around Bennachie could soon be jeopardised by a line of "enormous" new super pylons.
More than 1,000 homes across the north and north-east will remain without power tonight.
Hundreds of homes in Aberdeen that were left without electricity for hours this morning have now had their power restored.
A retired engineer in the Highlands claims to have invented a new engine that could save power stations millions of pounds by reducing lost heat.
Almost 1,000 households were left without power in Aberdeen today due to an electrical fault.
Wind farms in Scotland generated record amounts of power in the first quarter of 2015 according to new data, which was released days after the UK government decided to cut subsidies to the projects.
Vulnerable people across the north will be given more help during power blackouts thanks to a £400,000 donation to the British Red Cross (BRC).
"Just over a thousand" people were left without power in Aberdeenshire last night.
Around 1,500 properties in the north-east are still without power following this morning's stormy weather.
Work on the Beauly-Denny power line has hit another milestone with its largest section being built and energised on schedule.