The energy giant behind a controversial north-east wind farm will offer £3 million to the community.
The operator of the Aberdeen Bay windfarm confirmed last night it has applied for consent to “prolong” the life of the development.
Angry farmers have claimed their livestock were “terrorised” by the industrial-strength fireworks set-off to celebrate the opening of the north-east’s offshore windfarm.
The boss of Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm has said that he believes the development could ‘change the history’ of the city.
The last of the 11 turbines for a major wind farm project off the coast of Aberdeen has been installed.
The director of Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm project has said the development will look to take on up to 20 full-time workers to operate and maintain the site once completed.
Time-lapse footage provided by wind farm construction firm Vattenfall shows the build of the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm’s sixth turbine.
Volunteers are being urged to help out at a beach clean this weekend at Balmedie Country Park.
This week the first minister began her visit to China by discussing trade deals and witnessing the agreement between Aberdeen-based Triton Marine & Engineering Consultants and China Offshore Oil Engineering Corporation (COOEC) being signed.
With the first turbine installed at Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm yesterday, developer Vattenfall is claiming a number of renewable energy industry firsts.
Vattenfall’s Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm project manager, Adam Ezzamel, announced this morning that the first turbine is about to be installed at the site.
Vattenfall has released footage of the giant Asian Hercules crane vessel installing the first turbine foundation for the Aberdeen Bay wind farm.
Mysteries of fish migrations from north-east look set to be unveiled in ground-breaking £1million project
A ground-breaking project to track the “mysterious” migration routes of fish from three of the north-east’s rivers is now underway.
Nearly 100 Scottish contracts have been awarded as part of the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) project off the north-east coast.
A whistleblower sacked after raising concerns about drug abuse and significant health and safety breaches on a major construction project fell victim to “character assassination”, a tribunal has ruled.
The Asian Hercules III, one of the world’s biggest floating cranes, arrived in Peterhead Port today to begin work on Vattenfall’s European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre.
A firm staffed by elite SAS, special forces and intelligence service veterans is believed to have been enlisted to look at security for a controversial Aberdeenshire windfarm site.
A whistleblower who claimed he was wrongly dismissed after telling energy firm bosses about drug-taking on site and an 11-year-old girl being allowed to drive a digger could learn his fate in the next month.
A north-east energy firm failed to properly investigate a whistleblower’s claims that staff were on drugs, a tribunal has heard.
A whistleblower has claimed he was sacked by a north-east energy firm after he reported a child had driven a digger on a major construction site and workers were taking drugs.
The developer behind a renewable-energy scheme taking shape off the north-east coast has named the projects that will share a £2.6million pot of funding for research into the environmental impacts of offshore wind generation.
A pensioner claims her village is "under siege" by convoys of heavy goods lorries rolling in and out of construction sites in the area.
A £2billion scheme to develop an "electricity superhighway" linking the north-east and Norway is to receive a cash boost from the EU.
Swedish energy company Vattenfall is proposing to expand a renewables development in Aberdeenshire’s ‘windfarm alley’.
The developer behind a controversial renewable-energy scheme planned for off the north-east coast said yesterday the development would host a £2.5million project to study environmental impacts of offshore wind generation.
A manufacturer in Argyll has signed a deal to potentially supply wind turbines to Vattenfall as it breaks ground on a £27million expansion.
A windfarm developer has won its appeal against refusal of permission for two met masts on a Highland moor.
A windfarm developer has lodged an appeal against refusal of plans for two masts in the Highlands.
A windfarm company planning to build turbines close to the Cairngorms National Park has submitted applications to install wind speed masts on the site.
Swedish energy firm Vattenfall said Friday it is set to appoint a liquidator to wind up its failed wave power company, but vowed to dip its toes back into Scottish waters if conditions improve.
Anti-windfarm activists have said that a new set of turbines close to the Cairngorms National Park could "despoil one of the most beautiful and accessible wild areas".
Highland residents will get their first glimpse of plans for a new windfarm planned on the edges of the Cairngorms National Park later this month.