Unpicking the problems affecting global energy is a complicated process. Finding ways to end these problems will call for a new era of collaboration.
Air conditioning drives a growing share of global energy demand. Ice-based thermal energy storage could be a more environmentally-friendly option.
The tech giant is fully embracing geothermal power - an endless and relatively cheap source of sustainable energy, according to some experts.
Infrastructure, for example, electric vehicle charging, will be a vital part of electrification in the US and efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a system to safely deliver electricity over the air, using a conductive surface and a conductive pole to generate magnetic fields.
Clean-energy corporate power purchase agreements (CPPA) are a key tool for corporations targeting 100% renewable energy procurement. Here's how they work.
The number of European Union countries producing coal dropped from 12 to 2 between 1990 and 2020. The decline in consumption of coal accelerated between 2018 and 2020.
Technology in development could enable multi-storey buildings to be made from concrete batteries, helping the drive toward low-emission economies.
12V lead auxiliary batteries offer a number of key strengths for EVs, including a reduced environmental impact and a strong reliability and affordability profile.
The Orkney archipelago is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its neolithic monuments and remains. Now it’s at the forefront of the energy transition, too.
The floating solar panel project is part of a goal to quadruple Singapore's solar energy production by 2025 and make its water system entirely powered by renewable energy.
79% of America's energy consumption still originates from fossil fuels; however, the statistics shown demonstrate a shift towards more renewable sources.
What’s stopping us from buying electric cars? It’s not just battery life - there’s a host of other issues we need to solve to usher in the green transport revolution.
A decarbonized energy system will demand a shift in how we determine costs. Here are 3 recommendations for policy-makers to help to drive this change.
The IEA has stated that low-carbon hydropower energy will need a sweeping policy and investment push to prevent its growth from significantly slowing by 23%.