” “We are home to some of the best renewable energy in the world, yet where are the jobs? “Rhoda Grant MSP
Discussions are at an early stage in Orkney to create an ‘Innovation FREEPORT’. What is this? and what would it actually mean?
A planning application has been submitted by Orkney Islands Council for a six-turbine wind farm development at Wee Fea in Hoy.
Developing safe and cost-effective storage and transportation methods for hydrogen is essential but complicated given the interaction of hydrogen with structural materials.
SURF (Scotland’s Renewable Energy Forum) has planned a series of online events throughout Scotland from 20th of October to 3rd of November.
New applications to SSEN for renewable generation and storage connection will be open for applications in Orkney from Wednesday 23 September.
“Maybe we will save this world after all.” Halfdan Ambrahamsen, Aeroe, Denmark
“My experience at the University of the Highlands and Islands was fundamental in shaping my business and trajectory and I am thrilled and honoured to receive this award.”
How to solve the environmental issues caused by the emissions of our public bus system has been the subject of research by a team at Aberdeen University.
Researchers at Robert Gordon’s University are keen to find out the views of Orcadians on having an Anaerobic Digester plant in the islands.