The huge Moray wildfire that raged for more than four days through the countryside and moorlands was finally declared extinguished yesterday.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a large wildfire last night more than 24 hours after the alarm was raised.
A firefighter's video from Paul's Hill shows the ongoing battle emergency services are facing after a wildfire broke out more that 24 hours ago.
Firefighters have worked through the night tackling a huge wildfire in Moray.
The Scottish Government’s influence over rural planning issues has been attacked after a local decision to reject two Orkney windfarms was overturned in Edinburgh.
The proposed 12-turbine Mossy Hill wind farm on the outskirts of Lerwick has been given the green light by Shetland Islands Council’s planning committee.
Construction has begun on a community wind farm project in North Uist after the project surpassed its fundraising target.
Plans to extend a controversial wind farm near a north-east village have divided community opinion.
Moray communities could benefit from a £700,000 cash injection if two wind farm extensions get the go-ahead, according to a Scandinavian energy firm.
A turbine at Aberdeen Bay wind farm has been out of action since early February as a result of a possible “lightning strike”.
EDF Energy’s new renewables arm is looking to add more jobs in the north-east and Highlands as it ramps up its projects there.
The Bethesda Hospice, which provides end-of-life care and support to island families, has received a welcome boost after receiving another £30,000 from community wind farm charity Point and Sandwick Trust (PST).
A community-owned wind turbine in Lewis has generated over half a million pounds for local causes as well supplying local homes with green electricity.
A community wind farm charity on Lewis is celebrating the outreach work of its two community consultants after it was revealed nearly 30 groups have now benefited from their work.
A developer hopes to extend a controversial wind farm on the edge of a north-east village.
The energy giant behind a controversial north-east wind farm will offer £3 million to the community.
An urgent plea has been made to potential investors to buy shares in the UistWind community wind farm project to aid in helping the community project to reach its yearly fundraising total of £350,000.
An environmental charity has submitted an objection to a proposed 26-turbine wind farm in Aberdeenshire.
Plans for a massive offshore windfarm in the Moray Firth have been approved by Highland councillors after a debate over its visual appearance.
Moray Council has moved to officially object to proposals to expand a wind farm on Speyside - but backed the giant Moray West offshore plan.
Communities have until the end of the day to make their voices heard on a proposed 26-turbine Glendye windfarm in Aberdeenshire.
Motorists have been warned to expect traffic chaos as huge wind turbine parts are transported through Aberdeen over the next six weeks.
Scottish Government reporter Robert Seaton yesterday oversaw an inspection of the site of what would be the highest wind farm in Caithness.
Objectors condemn ‘ring of steel’ they claim would surround them if onshore wind farm erected in east Caithness
Objectors yesterday lined up to condemn the “ring of steel” they claimed would surround them if permission was given to erect a new onshore wind farm in east Caithness.
Opponents of a proposed north-east windfarm claim it ignores local guidelines on large-scale energy developments.
The prospective developer of a large wind farm yesterday denied its plans would leave a Caithness village beset on all sides by turbines.
Plans have been unveiled for nearly 30 turbines on a Mearns estate.
A giant Moray Firth wind project will create 150 jobs and add £90 million to the local economy, developers have said.
Dogged perseverance and “sheer bloody-mindedness” has led to eleven of the world’s most powerful wind turbines being constructed off the coast of Aberdeen.
Renewable energy trade bodies have hit out at UK Government policy, as new data suggests that onshore windfarm numbers are set to plummet over the next four years.
Lorries transporting parts that will be assembled to form a controversial new 13-turbine wind farm development at Tom nan Clach were on the move for the first time yesterday, with local motorists facing some delays along the A9.
Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm has started generating power.