A handful of developing countries have surged ahead in providing electric power to their people, but others - mainly in sub-Saharan Africa - are lagging behind, report shows.
Japan could become a champion of climate action and environmental protection by committing to 100% renewable power for the 2020 games.
The Danish capital has committed to completely removing the city's 2 million tons of carbon footprint, even as the city continues to grow, with 100,000 new inhabitants and 20,000 jobs.
Rival Scottish cities Glasgow and Edinburgh are competing to become the first city in the UK to achieve net zero carbon emissions.
As the planet heats up, societies are looking for a way to cool the most vulnerable without adding to climate change. Nowhere is this double-headed problem more severe than India.
California still holds the vast majority of US solar installations, with almost half of all solar installations in the country.
Realizing the long-held dream of clean, inexhaustible supplies of energy is proving far from easy. But recent scientific developments have reignited hopes that fusion power can be made fe...
As the world continues to move toward renewables, the major energy exporting countries of the Arabian Gulf once again find themselves blessed by geography.
Erratic rainfall in Kenya makes the country susceptible to long droughts and food insecurity, but an innovative new biodiesel could help combat this.
Two technologies vital to the transition to a low-carbon future have tumbled in price in the past year, opening the way for wind and solar power to dominate global electricity supply by t...
Smart grids offer the potential for cheaper electricity and lower emissions - but their very nature makes them susceptible to cyberattacks that could have devastating consequences. Here's...
Electrification is critical for decarbonization – and low-carbon electricity is the best candidate energy carrier to help us meet the terms of the Paris Agreement.
Renewable power currently makes up around 8 percent of South Korea's energy production.
According to a new study, flying cars could eventually be greener than even electric road cars, but gaps in technology and practical uncertainties mean that they may not arrive in time to...
To meet the mobility demands of the future without increasing congestion and pollution calls for some major changes.