Concern about cyber-attacks is growing but unemployment and underemployment represent the biggest risk worldwide, according to a new World Economic Forum report.
Imagine if electricity could form into a quantum wave and flow without losing any energy at all.
A team from Chalmers University of Technology has invented a liquid isomer to store and release solar energy.
The challenge of generating more than 70% electricity from low-carbon renewable sources is increasingly affordable.
While we've learned to harvest energy from wind, sun and water, we struggle to hold on to it. Here’s how Enass Abo-Hamed is starting to solve the puzzle.
New research from Imperial College London shows that Britain's available capacity from renewables hit record levels between July and September.
Puerto Rico should break, once and for all, its needless dependence on fossil fuels. Here's how it can do it.
The garden will allow female refugees to produce vegetables and herbs for their growing catering company, Soufra.
Sometimes, the energy transition can seem unwieldy. But by measuring energy systems for economies around the world, we can not only help grow economies, but also transform societies.
Strategic balance is the new normal in Asia's cross-border energy infrastructure, writes Miyeon Oh, as countries attempt to avoid direct conflict in an era of great competition for power.
Generous subsidies have made Shenzhen the world leader in electric bus adoption.
Providing one billion people with electricity using distributed renewables presents a massive economic opportunity, especially in emerging economies. But countries need to step up skills ...
Technology can help future-proof cities and make it possible for everyone to afford ways to cool and heat their urban homes.
Recent hurricanes and the resulting release of hog manure make a strong case for carbon pricing, argues the author of this piece.
A new solar power plant has opened Chernobyl, close to the destroyed reactor of the nuclear power plant.