2020 was a good year for green energy in the US, producing 21% of all electricity. Coal continues to decline in importance as a source of energy.
The 'carbon budget' to limit global emissions to below 2°C is running out quickly; countries will need to take urgent action to meet the Paris Agreement.
To meet the Paris Agreement goals, it is essential to vastly reduce the CO2 and greenhouse emissions which come from energy-intensive industries.
Half of one degree celsius may not sound significant, but floods and unbearable heat could be the new normal if global warming is not contained.
Floating wind has the potential to make a big contribution to filling renewables' installed capacity gap and represents a game changer for the energy sector.
Smart buildings are an important tool in reducing energy use, but they use technology that is vulnerable to cybercrime. Here's how to improve security.
Green hydrogen could play an important role in a clean energy future. But what exactly is it? And how could it help get the world to net zero?
Fossil fuel consumption in the US has declined by 9% in the year 2020. COVID-19 and warmer weather contributed to this fall says the US Energy Information Administration.
Floating wind farms off California's coast could could generate 4.6 gigawatts of energy powering 1.6 million homes, helping the US switch to renewables.
Energy researcher, Samuel Ayokunle Olówósejéjé from Cork University College, explains how a hybrid approach can help Africa transition to green energy.
A sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blending mandate in the European Union can help decarbonize the aviation sector. Here's how we can make it a success.
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.
An IFC study shows how Africa possesses a technical wind potential of almost 180,000 terawatt hours (TWh) per year, which could help the COVID recovery.
Since the UN Convention on Climate Change, signed in 1992, and the Kyoto Protocol came into effect, more of the G20's energy has come from renewables.