The development of energy communities is the cornerstone of the future of energy. It’s a social contract we need to sign right now if we want a sustainable society.
Denton is about to become the biggest US city to use nothing but renewables.
Researchers are developing solar panels that still let through enough light to function as a window.
Many countries will only be able to reach their declared climate targets by successfully joining together various sectors.
Society's accelerating shift towards renewables requires us to transform the old grid system in favour of a new approach
The tech has been around for some time, but combined and scaled up it could change the world. It would potentially clean up the transport industry, which emits nearly one-third of total c...
Despite its relative wealth, more than 50 million people across the EU live in ‘fuel poverty’. Will an increasingly “smart” energy system entrench disadvantage or improve access to all th...
U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to put tariffs on solar panel imports hit stocks in European and Asian solar groups.
What if blockchain technology could help us migrate to a clean, resilient, distributed energy system?
Every year, governments spend at least $400 billion making it cheaper to buy oil, gas, coal and other fossil fuels. That sum could buy about four billion solar panels or pay for the globa...
Meeting the world's 21st-century energy needs means ensuring universal access, mitigating climate change and cleaning up air pollution.
Clean energy companies like SolarReserve want to prove molten salt can aid solar power electricity any time of day.
It's not long before green energy becomes the economical choice, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency.
Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE and one of the Co-Chairs of Davos 2018, on how we need to move forwards towards a shared future.
We are on the cusp of adopting clean energy at a scale never seen before. But for renewable power to continue its rapid advancement, the right decisions need to be taken.