Over recent years, Pakistan's energy sector has been beset by blackouts, increasing demand and a reliance on imported fossil fuels. Now a new plan by the country's government seeks to bui...
The developing country’s renewables sector is an example of what can be achieved when business and government work together.
Investment in renewable energy around the world is entering a new phase that will require governments and the private sector to re-think the way they develop projects.
To build a low-carbon future, we need active collaboration between transport and energy professionals to prompt transformation, writes Nancy Vandycke.
Transitioning from fossil fuels to climate-friendly ones could come gradually or more rapidly, depending on these factors.
A field study in Switzerland of blockchain-enabled peer-to-peer electricity trading reveals an obstacle to a sustainable energy future.
Cutting down our use of lifts is an easy, small step for the climate, and a large one for improving our health.
The scale of economic, environmental, geopolitical, and social changes that the Anthropocene will bring to our doorstep has no precedent.
After almost a fortnight at sea, teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has arrived in New York for UN Climate Action Summit. Her yacht, the Malitzia II, had no toilets or showers...
For the first time, renewable sources generated more electricity than coal in the OECD group of 36 developed nations last year.
Researchers have mapped Europe’s capacity for onshore wind energy and reached a startling conclusion.
Mega-solar projects – large-scale installations capable of producing upwards of hundreds of megawatts (MW) of power – are generating much-needed electricity in countries all over the worl...
With the cost of renewables falling, African governments must get behind the green energy revolution as they look to drive their economies on.
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.
This novel class of liquids may open up new possibilities for improving the efficiency and stability of electrical devices that store and release energy.