A new report assesses where we are on achieving net-zero emissions, and while there are some positives, it makes for stark reading.
As Japan looks to restart another reactor, global nuclear generation is growing.
“So we better spend our time and energy trying to fix it than trying to imagine that we will ... destroy it and leave it,” he said.
Sierra Leone is one of the world's most energy-deprived countries – but one company is making a difference by providing solar-powered devices and chargers to 300,000 families.
The largest solar panel island project to date is currently underway in the Netherlands, set to consist of 73,500 panels.
The ASEAN region is a global hotspot for electricity demand. The environmental impact is big, but some policies can help.
As this year's World Energy Outlook shows, tackling climate change will require a global response, using all the leadership, technologies and tools at our disposal
The IEA Atlas of Energy reveals the surprising country with the highest level of electricity use for any country in 2017.
With drought affecting the country's hydroelectric output, industry is turning to solar panels and battery storage technology.
Fatih Birol, Executive Director at International Energy Agency, explores this year's IEA World Energy Outlook.
The industry that pioneered concepts like just-in-time manufacturing is bracing itself for another major shake-up with the rise of electric vehicles.
Only seven of the 45 energy technologies and sectors are on target to meet commitments enshrined in the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
Keeping the lights on while tackling CO2 emissions requires a concerted effort and a combination of tactics – and schemes such as these are leading the way.
Government subsidies are helping solve some of the challenges that remain in bringing hydrogen mainstream.
The five biggest emitters would contribute around 25% of this projected rise, the study says, with China accounting for 10cm by 2300, followed by the US with 7cm, the 28 member countries ...