Oil reserves are boosting GDP, but they aren’t the only factor driving the West African nation’s growth spurt.
The world's second most populous country is now spending more on renewables than fossil fuels.
Japan could become a champion of climate action and environmental protection by committing to 100% renewable power for the 2020 games.
The CarbFix project at the Hellisheidi geothermal power station transforms carbon dioxide into volcanic basalt
The Danish capital has committed to completely removing the city's 2 million tons of carbon footprint, even as the city continues to grow, with 100,000 new inhabitants and 20,000 jobs.
Sustainable electric vehicles herald the beginning of the end for fossil fuel-dependent combustion engines. But too many EVs in the same neighbourhood can lead to power disruption or even...
California still holds the vast majority of US solar installations, with almost half of all solar installations in the country.
Energy has become a major requirement for participating in economic life. Until we satisfy SDG7 and furnish affordable power, whole populations will struggle to provide for themselves.
Realizing the long-held dream of clean, inexhaustible supplies of energy is proving far from easy. But recent scientific developments have reignited hopes that fusion power can be made fe...
An analysis of why clean hydrogen will play a key role in the world’s transition to a sustainable energy future.
Solar capacity is up 46% since last year, saving consumers millions on energy bills and generating thousands of jobs.
Despite growing availability and lower costs of renewable energy sources, the demand for fossil fuels is still as intense as ever.
With a long history of reliance on coal, periods of coal-free power will become more frequent, according to the National Grid.
This nature-inspired invention uses microscopic plants to suck pollution from the air while producing organic biomass that can be harvested and used in food.
As the world continues to move toward renewables, the major energy exporting countries of the Arabian Gulf once again find themselves blessed by geography.