A team of scientists from Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration has developed a multi-billion project that could refreeze the Arctic, slowing down global warming.
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.
According to a report from the International Energy Agency, the generating capacity of renewable energy sources has, for the first time, surpassed coal power.
There's a disadvantage in using wind turbine for energy -- it's killing birds. A team of researchers has found that this technology for wind energy is not only deadly to local birds but also those migrating from hundreds of miles away.
A typhoon wind turbine could harness energy so immense it could provide renewable energy to all of Japan for half a century.
High winds combined with low demand on a sunny summer Sunday helped provide more than 100 percent of Scotland's energy needs for a day, a 'significant milestone' in curbing fossil fuels.
Since the dawn of the 21st century bats, have been dying at an alarming rate. After combing through hundreds of years of data, researchers found humans may be making matters worse by installing wind turbines all over the world. And the spread of white-nosed syndrome across North America is certainly wiping out populations, too.
The breeding success of white-tailed eagles is being threatened by the growth and expansion of wind farms, which could further reduce populations of these unique birds.
A new study suggests that Northern Gannets fly higher than thought during breeding season when they have to travel long distances for food and that 12 times as many of these birds than previously surmised could be killed by wind turbine blades.
Two Iceland brothers have developed a powerful, lightweight wind turbine that's versatile and powerful enough to charge cell phones, power a TV and small appliances and even charge electric cars.
Researchers recently found that building more wind turbines might actually be less efficient and not produce as much renewable energy.
Golden eagles and wind turbines can now live in harmony since researchers found less threatening, and potentially more abundant, locations for this renewable energy to be collected.
Threatened species the greater sage-grouse were found to avoid going near power lines or transmission towers in Washington state study groups. This limits habitats co-mingling.
Well, that's wishful thinking. But one new study has outlined how the entire United States, all 50 states, can successfully transition to renewable energy by the year 2050.