Electric vehicles are considered a key technology in cleaning up the transport sector. They do, however, come with problems of their own.
How do we transition from fossil fuels - and can we do it smoothly? What types of policies will it take to get there and how can they become reality?
Water shortages are threatening both renewable and non-renewable energy production.
China’s investment in renewable energy far outstripped that of the rest of the world, including the US where spend fell 6% in 2017, a new report finds.
Using wind and solar power, the technology giant has become completely sustainable.
Scotland increased its renewable energy production by over a quarter in 2017, according to new data from the UK government.
Last month Portugal's renewable energy output was enough to power the whole country.
A new UN report shows that 157 gigawatts of renewable energy was commissioned in 2017, compared to 70 gigawatts of fossil fuels.
There are lots of opportunities - but lots of uncertainty too.
Worldwide solar capacity could triple by 2022, driven by Chinese demand and the falling cost of buying and installing solar panels.
Strong leadership, good policy and a human vision are essential to a smooth energy transition. This is how we achieve them.
The city of Plattsburgh will ban any commercial mining for cryptocurrency for 18 months.
The New York Governor announced investment in renewable energy over the next five years in order to reduce emissions.
Over twice as tall as the Statue of Liberty and Big Ben, the world’s largest wind turbine will stand at more than 260 metres when measured from base to blade tip.
If countries are to keep pace with the global energy transition, innovation, collaboration and a strong enabling framework are key.