Energy Transition Zone in Aberdeen gets £26m funding boost

The development is expected to directly support 2,500 green jobs by 2030, in addition to 10,000 transition-related jobs

All aboard the ‘world’s first’ hydrogen double deckers

The 60-seat buses are forecast to save one kilogram of carbon dioxide with each kilometre they drive

Space the new frontier in renewable energy?

Scots energy group and ESA team up to use satellites to improve wind farm efficiency

Aberdeen University launches ‘UK’s first’ masters in energy transition

The course aims to educate engineers in sustainable energy systems

Aberdeen Council signs deal for 15 hydrogen-powered double deckers

It claims the move will see the city become the first in the world to introduce a double decker fleet powered by the clean gas

UK backs underwater engineering hub in Aberdeen

Seizing the opportunities in the blue economy is expected to help the oil and gas sector to diversify and support the move towards clean growth

Oil & Gas UK sets up decommissioning team

The North Sea market is forecast to be worth £1.8bn a year on average over the next decade

Aberdeen opens new oil and gas innovation hub

A new facility to drive innovation and help unlock the full potential of the UK North Sea oil and gas industry has officially been opened. The Oil & Gas Technology Centre’s Innovation Hub in Aberdeen will work with industry and technology providers to help them take their concepts from initial design to final implementation. In […]

Scotland green lights floating wind farm

The Scottish Government has granted planning consent for a floating offshore wind farm. Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Limited’s 50MW project will be located around 15km south east of Aberdeen. It will include eight turbines, which will generate enough electricity to power almost 56,000 homes as well as help reduce 94,500 tonnes of carbon emissions every year. […]

Aberdeen Council pays £275k after switching off solar panels

Aberdeen City Council was left with a bill of more than £275,000 after having to switch off solar panels for health and safety concerns. The payment had to be made following a series of so-called “thermal events” that were reported to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). According to the Audit, Risk and Scrutiny Committee, […]