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Germany produces enough renewable energy in six months to power country’s households for an entire year
The nation’s combined wind, solar, biomass and hydroelectric power output hit a record 104 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) between January and the end of June
Judging from the exploding number of startups out there, one might think blockchain is going to revolutionize energy trading. But the technology could be a poor fit for the applications that many companies are hoping to use it for, according
Japan will shift further toward renewable energy and cut dependence on fossil fuels and nuclear power, according to the country’s energy plan approved Tuesday by the Cabinet.
More joint ventures with multinationals are on the cards.Analysts forecast that Malaysia will take good advantage of waste and by-products from its substantial agricultural and forestry industry to generate biomass-fired power over the coming years.
From seats made of sugarcane to an arena that is built entirely from wood, these 12 stadiums are showing that football’s sustainability game can be won where it’s played.
Breakthrough Energy Ventures, the Bill Gates–backed $1 billion fund announced in late 2016, has finally made its inaugural investments into a pair of promising energy storage startups.
Research suggests that improving energy efficiency – chiefly by saving on everyday energy use – could play a major role in restricting warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels, which is the aspirational target of the Paris Agreement.
Tesla has installed over 1 gigawatt-hour (GWh) of storage around the world. Energy storage is crucial for integrating more renewable generation, but is also finding common ground with utilities looking to replace peaker plants.
Scientists from the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol have found a way to create plastic semiconductor nanostructures that absorb light and transport its energy 20 times further than has been previously observed.
Every year, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, a federal research facility funded by the Department of Energy and UC Berkeley, puts out a fascinating Sankey diagram that shows the fate of all energy that gets generated and consumed in the