The world’s largest solar thermal plant is up and running, using less water than 2 holes on the local golf course.
A huge wind farm in Wyoming could provide up to 3GW to the Californian state, helping slash energy bills and meet the 2020 target.
Whilst Japan grapples with its nuclear future, Fukushima – only 3 years after a nuclear meltdown – has pledged to go 100% renewable.
Deep in drought-stricken California’s Mojave Desert, the 377MW Ivanpah solar thermal plant has started operating three of its generating units.
The world’s largest and most powerful wind turbine has swung into gear at the Danish National Test Centre for Large Wind Turbines.
India has nearly doubled its solar capacity in 2013, and hopes to increase it 10 fold within a decade.
The Canadian government is closing ecological libraries across the country and sacking 1000s of scientists – all in the name of cost-cutting.
Toyota, the world’s biggest car-maker, unveils a new hydrogen-powered fuel-cell car which resembles the popular Corolla.
Tony Abbott heads list of climate grinches including his Canadian counterpart, Rupert Murdoch, Koch Brothers, and Bjorn Lomborg.
The Japanese construction and engineering company Shimizu has released a plan to ring the moon’s equator with a 248-mile wide solar panel belt.