Green hydrogen project planned near Glasgow

ScottishPower has submitted plans to build Britain’s largest 'green' hydrogen production facility on the outskirts of Glasgow.

Published 13 April 2021

ScottishPower plans mixed-se development at former Inverkip power station

The site of a former power station at Inverkip could provide the location for a new ‘urban village’, subject to the outcome of a planning application submitted to Inverclyde Council by ScottishPower.

Published 1 March 2021

'Super battery' approved for Scottish Power's Whitelee wind farm

Plans to install a huge "super battery" on the site of the UK's largest wind farm have been approved by the Scottish Government.

Published 11 June 2019

Scottish Power announces record £2bn investment

Scottish Power has revealed plans to spend up to £2 billion in the UK during 2019, its biggest ever investment in the country in a single year.

Published 27 February 2019

ScottishPower moves to 100% wind power after Drax sale

ScottishPower has become the first integrated energy company in the UK to shift completely from coal and gas generation to wind power, after completing the sale of its traditional generation business to Drax for £702 million.

Published 16 October 2018

ScottishPower to light up HALO regeneration project

ScottishPower and The HALO Scotland have today announced a groundbreaking partnership that will see the energy giant established as the headline partner of the Kilmarnock urban regeneration initiative.

Published 19 April 2018

Report outlines vision of potential employment zone and energy quarter at Cockenzie Power Station site

A potential vision of a mixed-use development of the former Cockenzie Power Station site including an employment zone, an area for a potential energy quarter and an improved harbour setting has been revealed in a new report.

Published 15 November 2017

Council named preferred bidder for Cockenzie Power Station site

The former Cockenzie Power Station site is to be sold to East Lothian Council meaning the regeneration of the land can now progress.

Published 13 October 2017

Tarmac acquires full ownership of ScotAsh

Tarmac has announced the acquisition of ScottishPower’s 50% share of the sustainable construction products joint venture ScotAsh Limited.

Published 10 October 2017

Blog: Project management – like never before! The technical team behind the Social Bite Village

In February of this year, Gill Henry, head of business development at The Cruden Group, agreed to take on the role of project director for the Social Bite Village in Edinburgh.

Published 26 September 2017

Report outlines ‘key benefits’ of pumped storage hydro investment

Investing in pumped-storage hydroelectricity can have "key benefits" for the UK's energy system, according to a new report.

Published 10 October 2016

New national centre builds Cumbernauld’s reputation for electrical innovation

Construction has started on a new technology centre in Cumbernauld that will test and de-risk the use of high voltage direct current (HVDC) on the electricity network in Great Britain.

Published 2 September 2016

Lakehouse secures Scottish Power installation contract amid profit warning

Energy support services group Lakehouse has issued another profit warning after securing a £37 million contract with Scottish Power.

Published 3 August 2016

Cockenzie Power Station chimney stacks razed to the ground

The explosive demolition of Cockenzie Power Station, comprising the twin chimney stacks and turbine hall, was carried out by ScottishPower on Saturday.

Published 28 September 2015

East Lothian Council to develop plans for disused Cockenzie Power Station site

East Lothian Council has pledged to develop a masterplan to secure the future of the former Cockenzie Power Station following two failed bids to develop the site.

Published 26 August 2015