An offshore wind specialist has taken premises at the Port of Dundee as it unveiled plans to double its number of staff to 30 by the end of this year.
Scotland has lost almost a third of its onshore wind energy jobs in a year, while offshore wind employment increased by 55%, according to new figures.
Work on a 113km subsea electricity cable which enables renewable energy from the far north to connect into the national grid has been completed.
Renewable power, property and wines and spirits conglomerate Wemyss Development Company has delivered a strong full-year profits uplift.
Record levels of electricity have been generated from renewable sources in Scotland, figures show.
Dundee’s ambitions to become a major renewable energy and decom hub have received a further shot in the arm after global heavy lift specialist ALE agreed a new tie-up at the city’s port.
A Kinross-based firm is developing a new system to access offshore wind turbine blades which could save the European renewables industry more than £1 billion a year.
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Perth-based energy giant SSE has called on the Treasury to maintain a strong carbon price to prevent a rise in coal-fired power generation.