Can a wall of light provide the key to cheap and plentiful liquid hydrogen?
Fewer coal-powered plants are going into construction—but without harsh taxes in place, people will continue to burn the stuff.
A new report suggests that playing nice with China could be the key to success.
Record high temperatures, unprecedented sea-ice lows, and the highest carbon dioxide levels in four million years—but what happens next is up to us.
Further proof that economic growth doesn’t require an increase in greenhouse gases.
The cuts would defang EPA climate efforts, halt ARPA-E’s clean-energy investments, and stop contributions to UN climate-change programs.
The company’s Project Sunroof lets you look up your house and helps you decide whether to invest in your own clean power plant.
The first animal-free chicken strips are here—but they’ll cost you $9,000 per pound.
If tax breaks and other incentives continue to disappear, it will be hard work convincing consumers to swap gasoline for electrons.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.