Hydropower offers one of the clearest examples of how the location of renewable energy infrastructure can have unintended consequences.
Just as Thomas Edison had to adapt in the industry's early days, the electricity business – faced with the disruption and opportunities of renewables – is learning flexibility once again.
Renewables supplied 98.1% of Costa Rica’s electricity in 2016.
Scientists in Sweden have developed a new method for storing solar energy using chemical liquids.
Harvard researchers have made a breakthrough in the quest to build a battery for storing clean energy.
In thinking about how we want our future energy system to look, we need to look at a set of three critical considerations.
While the pressures and possibilities for change in energy architecture are at a historic height, what is less clear is the shape the transition will take.
Global efforts to promote clean energy have turned a corner. But even with this success, the world is in for a lot of global warming.
The unprecedented scale of changes taking place in global energy requires a transformational response from companies as well as countries.
A radical shift is taking place in the way we source and consume energy. What can countries do to ensure they emerge as the winners of this transition?
Now in its fifth year, the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index (EAPI) ranks the performance of countries’ energy systems, as well as looking at trends in t...
The Uberization of electricity promises more choice, cheaper bills and a greener economy.
New ways of producing electricity mean a new set of rules.
The day when we have access to an inexhaustible supply of energy may finally be coming near.
A useful product offering technological benefits can get someone’s attention, but customer service is the cornerstone of establishing trust.