A city in Denmark will become the first in the world to tap energy from household sewage to provide fresh drinking water to its residents.
India will be home to the world's largest solar power plant. This means India is set to be the third biggest solar market as early as 2017.
With the goal of India to replace coal with cheaper solar power by 2020, the South Asian country has recently unveiled the world's largest solar power plant, making it the world's third largest solar power market next year.
A team of adventurers is preparing for a mission to the edge of space on a solar-powered aircraft.
It has been reported that a number of people are reluctant to use solar panels as a source of energy since relying on weather seems too much of a risk. Normal solar panels cannot produce an optimum amount of energy in very bad conditions.
It is evident that the world is suffering from the extreme side effects of climate change. With sea ice at record lows and world temperatures at record high, it is now time for nations all over the world to transition into a "greener" state. For the past few years, experts and scientists have been lobbying for the full changeover of countries' energy generation from methods with carbon emissions to renewable energy. According to experts, Morocco may be the next leader of this "green" world.
Tesla's new solar roof are said to be made of lighter materials that are easier to ship; this is one factor that makes the new solar roofs cheaper than conventional roofing materials.
On Nov. 18, 47 of the world's poorest countries, have pledged to use 100 percent renewable energy. The pledge was made during the last day of the Marrakech climate conference. However, with the recent victory of Donald Trump in the US presidency, the tides might change.
Washington-based Alaska Airlines achieved a mind-blowing feat on Tuesday by flying the first commercial flight that was powered by fuel derived from forest residuals and the remaining branches and limbs after the harvesting season or the thinning of forests on private areas.
The new US President-elect Donald Trump planning on quitting from the Paris Climate agreement, and it seems that he's keen on finding the quickest way to do it. However, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hopes that Trump will soon understand the gravity of climate change.
Donald Trump’s election win has thrown the future of renewable energy into uncertainty, with the President-elect thinking that man-made climate change is a hoax. Does this mean the future now belongs to dirty energy?
Mendu, a 13-year-old from Ohio, has finally cracked the code on making wind and solar energy affordable to all.
The force is strong in Scotland, albeit literally. Studies have shown Scotland has enough wind power to power its entire households for over a month.
Man may finally bear witness to the union of two elements. Germany will be the site of the world's first hydroelectric-powered wind turbines.