As oil declines, huge wind farms are providing electricity to Northern Europe.
Leaders of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada are expected to call for half of North America’s electricity to come from non-emitting sources by 2025, but getting there isn’t going to be easy.
This week’s most interesting and thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
The departure of the EU’s second-largest economy could have unsettling implications for the Paris climate accord.
Elon Musk is making bold claims about creating a new energy company, but the key ingredient to make it work remains elusive.
There’s a race on, of sorts, between two very different methods of curtailing our addiction to animal flesh.
The eccentric entrepreneur wants his unprofitable electric-car maker to buy his loss-making solar developer.
Decades before talk of a Hyperloop, a transportation researcher wondered whether “evacuated tube” ground transport would be worth the trouble.
Two Chinese satellites will join ones from the U.S. and Japan to measure carbon dioxide emissions, but full greenhouse-gas monitoring remains far off.
The Department of Energy’s $82 million in funding is a small step in commercializing advanced reactors, and much more is needed.