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Energy / Cutting carbon emissions at Sullom Voe key target of new energy project
Energy / Electric vehicle charging point use on the riseThe charger in Unst, however, was only used eight times in the last two years
Energy / Viking Energy to carry out road alterations
Energy / Offshore wind farm east of isles an option as government sets out vision
Updated Union to ballot for industrial action at Sullom Voe TerminalBut terminal says it has still to be advised by Unite the Union
Energy / Decarbonising Shetland’s oil industry
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Energy / Regulator approves SSEN’s contribution towards proposed interconnectorThe team behind Viking Energy said the decision is ‘critical’ to the project moving forward
Energy / Orkney plans community wind farm to pay for council servicesWhile visiting Kirkwall for the election count last week, Shetland News editor Hans J Marter took the opportunity to speak to some of the main players in Orkney’s renewable energy industry to find out how our nearest neighbours are responding to the climate emergency.
Energy / Proposed interconnector offers new opportunities over how oil and gas sector could be poweredEnQuest confirms there will be a ‘radical change’ in Sullom Voe Terminal’s power set-up
Energy / Terminal emits black smoke
Energy / Viking consults on plans for public access
Energy / Tidal array could directly power new electric vehicle charger
Energy / Archaeological survey complete on wind farm compound
Energy / Yell wind farm team confident over export link despite Ofgem hitch
Energy / Ground investigation for subsea cable to get under way
Updated No Ofgem approval yet for 600MW subsea cableEnergy regulator encourages SSEN to submit revised proposals for vital interconnector
Energy / Anxious wait for Ofgem decision following CfD setback
Energy / Union rejects oil terminal restructuring proposal
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Energy / Yell wind farm team remain upbeat despite recent Viking setbackThe 29-turbine Energy Isles wind farm, which could cost around £160 million, has the backing of Norwegian energy giant Statkraft
Energy / Subsea cable planning continues despite CfD setback
Energy / Norwegian energy giant teams up with Yell wind farm developer
Energy / Another chance to hear about interconnector plansThe meeting comes despite the proposed Viking Energy wind farm failing to secure government subsidy
Energy / Wind farm developer Peel Energy fails in bid for government support
Updated Viking Energy bid for vital government support unsuccessfulDeveloper says it will continue to ‘explore all possible options to enable the wind farm to be built’
Energy / Terminal needs a lot of work to stay competitive – BP suggests
Energy / Wind farm community benefit agreement ‘within touching distance’
Energy / Campaign group lodges objections against Viking compounds
Energy / Wind farm developer lobbies for larger interconnectorEnergy Isles wants to see more capacity to export renewable energy
Energy / Unst Community Council shows support for proposed Yell wind farm
Energy / Results of renewable subsidy auction delayed
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