New partnership looks to create circular wind sector

It will focus on reusing parts and elements of wind turbines – to cut emissions

Nearly 20% of Scottish firms ‘expect to reduce operations due to rising energy prices’

Only 7% of businesses anticipate strong growth in the next 12 months, according to a new survey

Carbon-neutral energy to be made from ground and low-level wind

A consortium in Scotland is looking to deploy wind panels that generate renewable energy without having to be high in the sky or on a large scale

‘UK’s first’ wind turbine blade recycling project gets go-ahead

The government has awarded £1.3 million to the project

Scottish renewable energy sector ‘supports more than 22k jobs’

Onshore wind is the biggest employer in Scotland, according to new research

Shetland Islands set to become renewable energy hub

The University of Strathclyde is supporting the transformation of the Shetland Islands by joining Project ORION

Scottish university spearheads breakthrough project to solve mounting wind turbine blade waste

The technology will transform material from retired wind turbine blades into near-virgin quality glass fibres for new ones

Coronavirus ‘could facilitate a modal shift in the transport sector’

That’s the suggestion from Keith Bell, Professor of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde

University of Strathclyde’s energy research wins a Queen’s Anniversary Prize

The university received a prize for the research on low carbon energy embracing wind, marine power and renewables and smart systems for generation, supply and storage

New appointment to Committee on Climate Change

Professor Keith Bell will take up the position of power sector specialist on the Committee for a five-year term