Detailed plans for what is said to be one of the first renewable energy parks of its kind in Scotland have been submitted.
Proposals for a wind farm in East Sutherland have been submitted.
Councillors are being urged to back plans for a new substation in Boddam.
A new electricity substation could be built in Boddam as part of a national development.
A group of companies have joined together to forge an offshore wind industry in the North of Scotland that will take expertise from the north east around the globe.
The future of renewable energy in the Western Isles, and who should be reaping the benefits from the potential profits which could be realised, was highlighted this week by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar councillor Gordon Murray.
As many as 2,000 Peterhead Academy pupils are being taught how to build wind turbines in an attempt to get them interested in the renewable energy sector on their doorstep.
“Who has seen the wind?” asks 19th-century author Christina Rossetti in her poem of the same name.
Energy giant Shell has announced it is throwing its weight behind renewable energy in Scotland with the introduction of three electric charge points at locations around the country.
Plans for a massive offshore windfarm in the Moray Firth have been approved by Highland councillors after a debate over its visual appearance.
Windfarm operators in the north-east have received a million pounds since the start of the year to turn-off their turbines in high winds.
A leading livestock auctioneer has spoken out against the use of rye in anaerobic digestion (AD) plants.
Scorching temperatures across the north and north-east have led to a huge surge in the amount of household electricity being supplied by solar power.
Scottish energy minister Paul Wheelhouse has urged the UK Government to review its position on low cost renewables and recognise the challenges faced by remote island projects.
A group of companies have come up with a new set of guidelines which could take the sting out of cable costs for offshore renewable energy projects.
The Government has come under fire over the impact its renewable energy policy is having on livestock farmers.
A leading Moray Council planner believes new windfarm rules will provide "certainty" about future developments.
People in Moray are being asked to help shape the local authority's future policy on windfarms.
The backers of a £2billion wind farm planned for the outer Forth Estuary have not been scared off by moves to scrap a subsidy agreement, the project’s developer said yesterday.
Atlantis Resources said yesterday it had agreed to sell a 2% stake in its five tidal power projects to a Belgian offshore construction firm for £2million.
Controversial proposals to build two 260ft wind turbines near a series of historic monuments have been thrown out by councillors.
Controversial proposals for a 260ft wind turbine near a north-east village were blocked by councillors yesterday.
Controversial plans to build a 260ft wind turbine near a north-east village could finally be approved.
Councillors are expected to back controversial plans to build a 260ft wind turbine near a north-east village despite a raft of local objections.
Japanese officials have taken a green leaf out of Aberdeenshire's book in a bid to make their nation greener.
Plans to build four 220ft wind turbines near a natural burial ground have been approved, despite a raft of objections.
Plans to build the world's largest offshore windfarm off the north-east coast have been approved.
A physics graduate from Aberdeen University has become the first person to be awarded a scholarship created by late businessman and farmer Maitland Mackie.
Two wind farm developers have lodged separate appeals to the Scottish Government after their plans to build in a scenic area of Aberdeenshire were refused.
Highland Council is preparing wide-ranging plans to install solar panels on homes and public buildings across the north.
A Norwegian energy giant which wants to build the world's first floating windfarm off the north-east coast has applied for an exclusion zone around the development site.
North-east councillors are poised to reject proposals for a 260ft wind turbine which threatens to overshadow a clutch of historically significant landmarks.