Two turbines have set a new world record for monthly marine power production in the Pentland Firth.
Windfarm watchers in the north have accused environmentalists of spinning the facts about the "extraordinary" success of recent green energy production.
An SNP politician has insisted that communities are heard in controversial windfarm debates.
A Crimond farming company is hoping to overturn a council decision which means its turbines come under scrutiny every two years.
A north-east potato farming firm has been told it has no grounds to lodge an appeal for a failed wind turbine scheme.
A decision on whether a councillor will be allowed to build a wind turbine on his land is expected today.
Windfarm operators have been paid a record-breaking £3.1million - for turning off their turbines for a single day.
A north-east farming business has been told it cannot lodge the same plans for structures near Banff just a year after they were refused.
Two 260ft Aberdeenshire turbines could be blocked due to neighbouring ancient monuments - one dating back to Roman times and the other to the Bronze Age.
Academics have clashed with politicians and developers over the amount of power generated by windfarms, as green energy targets are missed on both sides of the border.
Future policy on windfarms encircling Loch Ness could be shaped by politicians in Edinburgh.
Wind turbines are to be removed from all but one school in the Highlands because of safety concerns.
A new windfarm will be erected outside a Moray village - after developers reduced its size by almost half in the face of opposition from locals.
Highland Council is facing a financial black hole over windfarm applications after it emerged that the fees collected from developers have virtually been wiped out fighting costly planning battles over the most controversial bids.
These pictures show how giant sections of wind turbines are being squeezed through the narrow streets of a Scottish town.
Controversial proposals to build a 12-turbine windfarm on a Buchan landmark hill were dealt a fresh blow yesterday.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has won its fight to prevent three Hebridean crofters from building wind turbines.
“If they are a good idea, then I don’t mind them. If they are a bad idea, then I don’t like them.”
Lord Nicol Stephen is resurrecting controversial plans to build a windfarm in Aberdeenshire - just months after he was ruled to have breached parliamentary conduct rules over his green energy interests.
Members of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee will today consider plans for infrastructure to support one of the world's biggest offshore windfarms.
A businessman whose plans for a travellers camp in the countryside left his neighbours furious has now tabled proposals for a major windfarm.
Allowing a 24-turbine windfarm to be created on the edge of Rannoch Moor would "fatally undermine" the wild land map, according to a conservation charity.
Scottish ministers have called an inquiry into contentious plans for a north-east windfarm, amid fears that it could wreak havoc at two international airports.
Plans to bury a massive power line beneath rural Aberdeenshire as part of an offshore windfarm project will be unveiled to the public this week.
A "noisy neighbour" windfarm which was served with an Asbo-style warning earlier this year has been silenced.
The Highlands and islands could soon have the same number of wind turbines as the amount currently erected in the whole of England, it has emerged.