Residents of New Luce in Dumfries and Galloway have been celebrating the official reopening of the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the village. Like the fate of many pubs The Kenmuir Arms closed its doors five years ago calling time on a social hub for the community.
Windfarm Windfall For Caithness communities
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Islander takes up new community role for MachairWind offshore windfarm
ScottishPower has signed a firm contract with Cadeler for the transportation and installation of the 95 wind turbines that will produce up to 1.4GW of green electricity at its East Anglia THREE offshore windfarm.
ScottishPower, one of the UK’s largest green energy developers, has formalised a £1.3billion contract with Siemens Gamesa for 95 wind turbines for the East Anglia Three offshore windfarm.
The Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council has appointed industry leader Gillian Noble – who heads up ScottishPower’s offshore development and operations – as Chair of its vital Developer Group.
ScottishPower Renewables’ first ever onshore wind apprentices helped the company mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week by highlighting the benefits of a career delivering a clean, green energy.
Renewable developers Vattenfall and ScottishPower Renewables have just completed construction of a kittiwake ‘hotel’ with new nesting structures in the port of Lowestoft, for around 430 pairs of black-legged kittiwakes
A Scottish cancer survivor has become the world’s first ‘turbine bagger’ after walking thousands and thousands of steps to tick off all 215 wind turbines at the UK’s largest onshore windfarm – ScottishPower Renewables’ Whitelee Windfarm – as part of her recovery.
Kate Turner, ScottishPower Renewables’ Director of Policy and Regulation has been re-elected to the Board of Scottish Renewables, the industry body for renewable energy in Scotland.
Energy has been a consistent theme in headlines in recent months and will be an area of continued focus as the UK government’s Review of Electricity Market Arrangements continues. It aims to ensure that the design of the electricity market is fit for the purpose of maintaining energy security and affordability for customers alongside the transition to Net-Zero.
Our ScottishPower Renewables Director of Policy and Regulation, Kate Turner, is standing for election to the RenewableUK Board. She explains below why she is seeking the support of RenewableUK members.