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.
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.
Infrastructure projects in emerging and frontier markets are seldom financially viable on their own – which is where 'patient capital' comes in.
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.
Renewable energy was the cheapest source of energy in the year 2020. The cost of renewable technologies like wind and solar is falling significantly, according to a new report.
Ending energy poverty in the world is a huge challange. Progress on SDG7 is nowhere near what is needed to meet its 2030 target.
This source of collective anxiety may also be one of our best bets for averting a climate catastrophe. But some feel it shouldn't even be up for debate.
Los Angeles has pledged to sharply curb its greenhouse gas emissions, aiming for a 45% reduction by 2025 and net zero by 2050. Here's what it's doing.
Nuclear power plants in the U.S. generate 2,000 metric tons of waste per year. Policymakers could look to recycle this into usable fuel, writes an expert.
The gap in energy spending between developed and developing economies is growing. Here's why that matters - and what the world must do to address it.
Joe Biden announced the United States' plan to achieve 'net-zero' emissions by 2050, requiring massive increases in electricity generated from wind turbines.
Internet servers require a huge amount of energy to operate. Electronic engineer Jeff Kettle discusses the need to make internet usage more sustainable.
A new report from IRENA highlights the need for African and Asia to have access to reliable, sustainable power.
As aviation rebounds from COVID, sustainable fuel can have widespread environmental and economic benefits. Here's how and why India should scale up SAF.
This new material created from carbon nanotubes can generate electricity by scavenging energy from its environment.