Swiss voted in favor of the referendum that propose the decommissioning all five of its nuclear power plants.
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.
A Canada-based energy company is one among many lobbying for federal investments in nuclear fusion. If all goes according to plan, then Canada may be on its way to be a global power when it comes to nuclear fusion.
Researchers have found a way to turn nuclear waste into nuclear-powered batteries using diamond, providing longer battery life and clean energy.
Swiss Greens and Social Democrats from Switzerland have been pushing for a vote toward the country's full exit from nuclear power since the Fukushima disaster in Japan more than five years ago. A national poll will be held on Sunday in which citizens can vote whether or not they agree that all nuclear power plants in the country be fully shut down faster than originally planned.
Fuel has played a key role in driving important phenomena such as plate tectonics and volcanic activities, but is the planet running out of this important resource? A team of scientists has developed a way to calculate how much fuel will be left on Earth by the year 2025.
A massive mushroom cloud made Russians for their safety. The residents immediately contacted the emergency services out of panic and initially suspected that a deadly nuclear explosion has occurred.
Ukraine is planning to convert Chernobyl into a solar farm that can provide more than 1,000 megawatts of solar power and 400 megawatts of other renewable energy.
Is Japan headed for another nuclear disaster? The country has recently announced plans of reusing soil from the Fukushima nuclear disaster site even before it reaches a safety level, while two nuclear reactors of the Kansai Electric Power Company were approved for extended use.
Scientists have made a breakthrough discovery of a rare nanoporous material that could clear up and recycle radioactive waste from nuclear power plants in a safer and cheaper way than current practices, eliminating the risk of a dangerous explosion.