Solar paint could be the future of clean energy. Researchers developed a new compound that can turn solar energy and water vapor into fuel.
China just linked the world's largest floating solar power plant to the grid. It is located in a former mining area where water accumulated and later mineralized due to collapse in the soil.
Capable of producing 2.6 TWh of sustainable energy every year, Gemini could help in reducing the CO2 emissions of the Netherlands by 1.25 million tons.
Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk announced last Wednesday that the company will begin accepting orders for their solar roof. The solar roof was introduced last year and it is supposed to be cheaper than normal roofing systems.
Iceland has completed drilling the heart of a volcano to access extremely hot liquid. The liquid will create steam to turn turbines to harvest clean energy.
Scientists develop a process of finding materials that could be the key to finally unlocking solar fuel.
Wind energy is proving to be a growing industry in the U.S. with over 100,000 jobs being provided to workers. This is a milestone for the growing industry that is currently at risk of being affected by changing climate regulations under U.S. President Donald Trump's new administration.
Scientists are finally one step closer to harnessing the full power of the Sun. If all goes well, the Earth may not need fossil fuels as early as 2030.
Solar, themal or kinetic? Why choose one source, when a single material can harvest power from all?
China is on its way to become the first "Green Superpower" through building the world's largest solar farm in the western province of Qinghai.
In what appears to be a surprising turn of events, while many US states have incentives to get more of their electricity from renewable energy, some Republican legislators in Wyoming are proposing to cut the state off its most abundance source - wind energy.
Everybody is well aware that the nuclear accident in Chernobyl is the worst nuclear accident in modern history. It directly caused the deaths of 50 people, with an additional 4,000 fatalities that were caused by exposure to radiation.
Solar power has become cheaper than coal in some parts of the world. And statistics show that in less than a decade, it will be the lowest-cost option almost anywhere in the globe.
It appears the search is on to find ways to capture carbon right from thin air. Nations worldwide have just agreed to limit carbon dioxide emissions in hopes of preventing global warming from surpassing 2-degrees Celsius by 2100.