There are alternatives to the wastewater injection that causes earthquakes and contaminates groundwater.
Lightbridge has developed a metallic fuel for nuclear reactors that it claims will tackle some of the industry’s biggest challenges, but safety questions remain.
Australia has announced plans for a green energy revolution, a sharp reversal from where the country stood just six months ago.
Researchers at PARC are working on a way to cheaply print efficient solar cells at a large scale.
China aims to vastly increase its already world-leading solar capacity by 2020, but it is motivated by more than just fighting climate change.
Canceled solar thermal projects are likely to mean the technology’s future is dim in the U.S., so companies are looking overseas.
California’s Ivanpah concentrated solar power plant has underdelivered on its energy contracts and now has a year to shape up, or it could be shut down.
The more-affordable Tesla Model 3, to be unveiled Thursday, is projected to sell in huge numbers. But will there be enough places to charge them?
The International Energy Agency says emissions growth has decoupled from global economic growth.
Solar capacity is on the rise, but it still accounts for only about 1 percent of the world’s electricity.