Latest dam approval means hydroelectric power is anticipated to boost China to 15% renewables by 2020.
Articles by Jeff Spross
Warren Buffett and GE are preparing for a major rebound in wind energy investment in the US in 2014.
California, the state that the Hollywood film industry calls home, can boast 43,700 paying jobs in the solar industry in 2012, versus only 32,300 paid actors.
The latest evidence of solar power’s rise; a New Mexico utility has agreed to buy electricity from a new solar project for just $69/MWh.
A new study examining the most efficient way to power a car for every 100km driven delivers a clear win for solar-powered electric vehicles.
Silicon Valley solar company develops method for manufacturing ultra-thin, flexible, and durable solar cells to convert a record 30.8% of light energy into electricity.
New report says solar arrays necessary to meet all the world’s projected energy needs in 2050 would cover under one percent of land area.
Stanford study suggests New York State could go 100% renewables in less than two decades – and pay for it through avoided health costs.
NOAA says atmospheric CO2 underwent one of its biggest single-year jumps ever in 2012, making it more unlikely global warming can be limited to 2C.
That increased oil production will bring down gas prices is one of the most reliable Republican canards when it comes to energy, so what gives?
UK researchers may have stumbled on a solution to the problems that have bedeviled carbon capture and storage – by studying sea urchins.
Wind has pulled ahead of natural gas to become the leading installer of new capacity in 2012 in the US.