The power tower has superior physics but inferior economics.
This company uses thousands of mirrors, AI, and machine learning to unlock the power of the sun.
How one startup plans to use "death rays" for good instead of evil.
Researchers in Singapore invented a novel device that may help the island nation illuminate its growing underground infrastructure.
Can biomaterials help finally thrust perovskite solar cells to mainstream adoption?
Researchers from Harvard receive permission for a test that may help cool Earth and fight global warming.
Sweden tops the ranking for the third year in a row.
There's a lot we can do with current technology to help stem the tide of climate change, but future technology may help even more.
An astrophysicist proposes new designs for stellar engines that can move a solar system.
Princeton scientists find a new way to control nuclear fusion reactions.
Recent research estimates that the growth of emissions slowed down to 0.6 percent in 2019. However, this still means that humans released more CO2 into the atmosphere in 2019 than in any other year.
A mysterious startup reveals a groundbreaking solar energy achievement.
Researchers propose a gravity-based system for long-term energy storage.
The green market is growing exponentially. But will the U.S. seize the economic opportunity?
New technology offers us a look at the green future of aviation and cargo shipping.
French newspapers report that the trial hasn't lived up to expectations.
The writing is on the wall for the oil industry, according to a new report from BNP Paribas.
Construction of the $500 billion dollar tech city-state of the future is moving ahead.
Will the small petrol state soon be solar powered?
In April, the U.S. generated more electricity from renewables — hydro, wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass — than coal.
It makes no "makes no economic or energy sense."
Cornell University researchers propose using biology to transform the storage of sustainable energy.
The relentless sun makes life in the Sahara almost unbearable. But could it also be its greatest resource?
Can you make solar power work when the sun goes down? You can, and Dubai is about to run a city that way.
While there's plenty to be worried about, it's important to remember that we're making progress, too.