Developments in AI and robotics will enable it to monitor and deliver our energy supply and prevent disruption, that could have far reaching and significant consequences.
Past energy transitions can teach us a great deal about the effects of today’s trend away from hydrocarbons, argues Paul Stevens, of Chatham House
Half our total global energy production is used to heat our homes and industries. There is huge scope for doing this more efficiently - but there are also major challenges we must overcom...
Rapid urbanization and population growth remains a major obstacles to universal electricity access in Africa. Current figures suggest nations will fall short of Sustainable Development Go...
China has the largest solar industry in the world and now it has reached grid parity. This expansion means solar generation costs the same as electricity from the grid.
A 2.74-megawatt solar farm makes Chattanooga the first US airport to be 100% solar powered.
Since moving away from industries such as cement and steel and towards finance and consulting, the UK's energy usage has fallen despite the fact that its economy is three times larger.
A 3,800 km undersea cable could be supplying Australian solar power to Singapore within a decade under ambitious plans to make Australia a major green energy exporter.
New findings suggest improving air quality in the country could give a considerable boost to solar energy.
India can maintain economic progress and fulfil its climate change pledges by following findings of recent research.
Silicon-based solar cells have made great strides in terms of its cost and availability, but their manufacture remains energy-intensive and ill-equipped to meet future demand for renewabl...
Renewables are slowly taking the place of coal – but many countries are still too dependent on the black stuff.
Kenya has opened the largest wind power plant in Africa. The project aims to reduce electricity costs and dependence on fossil fuels as it looks to be using 100% green energy in 2020.
Should indoor plants have constant exposure to light? Research has uncovered the costs and benefits of plants growing under bursts of light rather than continuous illumination.
With climate change hitting hydropower, boosting solar power could help ease blackouts and support growth, the government says