Donald Trump arguing wind turbines are “a disaster for the environment” is just another rant from a man with too much time on his hands.
Forget about the diesel generator that could only run part of the day; the Isle of Muck in Scotland now runs around the clock on wind and solar.
It’s not just about wind for Iberdrola, which is partnering with Alstom on tidal power in Scotland and also backing HiWave, a new wave power concept.
Scotland aims to have as many of its citizens as possible who own cars to be in lower carbon alternatives, such as electric vehicles, by 2050.
Alstom says its 1-megawatt tidal turbine hit its nameplate power capacity in recent testing as marine energy activities surge in Scotland.
Not only did the designers of Three Glens farm build the house from local stones and trees, they also asked the sheep for their own woollen contributions.
A big wave power park gains full licensing, and the Scottish government enlists Carbon Trust to help commercialize the sector.
GlaxoSmithKline wants to power a Scottish manufacturing plant with renewable energy, but its proposals keep getting shot down.
Ads puts up by Donald Trump’s people against wind farms in Scotland were banned for being misleading.
Helius Energy has officially opened a new biomass power plant in Rothes, Scotland with a fuel source from by-products at a local whisky distillery.