Security breaches at UK nuclear police reach eight year high
The police force tasked with guarding UK nuclear plants reported 37 security breaches last year including the thefts of three ‘classified’ Microsoft tablets.
Scottish Government gave £8m of green funds to coal firm’s project
The Scottish Government gave £8.6m of green funding to a coal firm's biomass project.
Fife hydrogen trial short on sign ups despite offering £1k ‘bribe’
A ‘world-first’ trial of hydrogen heating systems in Fife is yet to sign up its targeted number of households despite offering residents £1,000 to take part.
Brexit threat to nuclear safety laws
UK Government plans threatening nuclear and radiation safety laws in a “Brexit bonfire” have provoked resistance from regulators and trade unionists.
Big lifestyle changes needed if technology fails to deliver Scottish climate targets
Scotland would need to see major lifestyle changes if it is to meet its climate target without relying on unproven carbon capture and storage technologies.
Revealed: The big firms snapping up Scottish carbon credits
Day two of our investigation into Scotland's Carbon Credits reveals the major firms buying offsets produced on Scottish land.
Ministers urged to reject new Peterhead gas plant
A proposed gas plant at Peterhead is on “rotten foundations” and could “seriously jeopardise” Scotland’s climate targets, the Scottish Government has been told.
Industry lobbies MSPs to back nuclear power￼
The UK nuclear industry has stepped up its lobbying of MSPs to try and reverse Holyrood's opposition to new nuclear power stations.
Financial giant accused of blocking new green homes in Fife
Financial services giant Legal and General has been accused of blocking new homes in Aberdour from being built to zero emissions standards.