Renewable energy prices have fallen far quicker than the industry anticipated, says a new report. This can support the world's fight against climate change.
A new study has found we would only need 50% of the world’s rooftops to be covered with solar panels to meet the world’s yearly electricity needs.
Demand for gas is rising as economic activity recovers from the pandemic. This has caused a surge in prices which may be too expensive for many Europeans.
Four key areas addressed last week at the United Nations General Assembly in New York will be crucial to for a substantive climate agreement at COP26 in just six weeks.
To be a green energy leader, the solar industry must work with governments to root out forced labour and the use of coal throughout its supply chains.
Efforts will fall short until the interests of developed and developing countries seeking to industrialize their own economies are better aligned.
Here's how the World Economic Forum is working to make natural climate solutions part of the COP26 agenda and unlock the finance needed to scale them up.
Companies leading the energy transition both mitigate risks and proactively create new value. Answering these four questions can set them up for success.
To stop global warming and achieve all 17 SDGs, urgent action is needed to reduce emissions, reverse biodiversity loss and invest in renewable energy.
On the margins of the UN High-Level Dialogue on Energy, Denmark, IRENA, UNEP and the World Economic Forum will host the Energy Action Day on 16 September 2021.
Sustainable management of the ocean is vital for the livelihoods of millions, as well as the planet's overall health, offering food and renewable energy.
There are ways to generate scalable investments that enhance returns while providing the funding required for the green transition.
Decommissioning of coal-fired power plants, particularly in emerging markets is a mammoth task. These four issues must be addressed to ensure success.
Water hyacinth is an invasive species in Africa, but Kenyan entrepreneur and Biogas International CEO Dominic Kahumbu is converting it into cleaner cooking fuel.