A community trust on the south banks of Loch Ness has formally taken ownership of a key village site.
SSE has joined the rest of the “big six” in raising its standard variable energy tariff to meet Ofgem’s latest price cap.
Residents of Wick have been skirting around at least 20 different sets road works in the town centre and outlying areas over the past weeks.
SSE has cut its earnings outlook, lost thousands more customers and said it was assessing options for its retail arm following the collapse of a merger with rival npower.
Energy firm SSE is to sell a stake in two Scottish wind farms for £635 million to fund a programme to buy back shares in the company from investors.
More than 1,500 homes across Aberdeenshire will remain without power for hours tonight.
Mountaineers yesterday challenged Highland Council over its stewardship of one of Scotland’s most scenic and iconic glens.
High winds are expected today, with huge waves predicted for some coastal areas.
Official new figures have revealed Buchan as the home of two of the most environmentally unfriendly industrial sites in Scotland.
A Scottish wind energy developer has pledged to offer one of the “biggest cash injections” the Highlands has ever seen.
A Scottish energy company has apologised to residents of two north-east villages after a series of recent power cuts.
A new renewables hub has been announced to establish the north-east’s “deep water offshore wind specialism” and create supply chain jobs.
The proposed merger between utility giants SSE and NPower is to be delayed into the middle of 2019, according to SSE's chief executive.
Highland councillors travelled to points in the Great Glen south of Fort Augustus yesterday to view for themselves the potential impact of the expansion of an electricity sub-station at Auchteraw.
The final wind turbine blade has been lifted into place at SSE’s Stronelairg wind farm as the project nears completion.
Scottish utility SSE and Germany’s innogy claim consumers will be the winners as the competition watchdog approved a merger of two of Britain’s biggest energy suppliers.
A new mammoth offshore wind project has applied for Marine Scotland consent off the north-east coast of Scotland.
Wind farm funds have delivered more than £44,000 in support for community-based projects in Moray during 2017-18.
More than 1,000 homes in Aberdeen were without power this morning as a fault on the network hit the northwest region of the city.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) is investigating after thousands of young salmon became trapped in the gates of two hydro dams in the Highlands.
An MSP and a number of local wind organisations have backed an SSE call for a network reinforcement cable to connect the Western Isles to the mainland.
A major project three years in preparation to “slow or prevent” the deterioration of one of the best examples of Caithness Brochs is set to start later this month.
Hundreds of homes in Aberdeen are have been hit by a power cut which is not expected to be resolved for more than two hours.
Energy giant SSE has blamed Britain’s heatwave and soaring wholesale gas prices for an earnings hit of around £80 million.
UK Government taskforce earmarks north-east for carbon capture and storage bonanza – three years after pulling plug on near identical plan
A UK Government taskforce has highlighted Peterhead as a key region to deploy Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, less than three years after Westminster cut a £1 billion fund to develop it.
Warm temperatures and low wind have taken an £80 million hit on SSE’s operating profits for the start of the year.
SSE has helped a local Aberdeenshire community group prepare for a a crisis-type situation with essential grant-funding which will pay for a reliable radio system.
A website credited with helping secure contracts worth a total of more than £174 million for small and medium-sized businesses in the north and north-east over the past six years has been saved from closure.
Plans have been unveiled for a major upgrade of a north-east power plant.
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”.
Farmers have been urged to be careful around “potentially lethal” power lines after a JCB driver brought down an electricity pole near Elgin last month.
Residents in a Highland village claim they are losing value on their properties and suffering stress over a power giant’s plans to further expand an electricity substation closer to their homes.