The sun provides a daunting source of electromagnetic disarray - chaotic, random energy emitted by the massive ball of gas arrives to Earth in a wide spectrum of radio frequencies.
In the United States, the transport sector contributes the largest amount of greenhouse gas emissions. More attention is given to electric passenger vehicles and their ability to help decrease such emissions.
For many countries in Southeast Asia, huge hydropower plants are considered a key source of clean and inexpensive electricity. Yet, dams tend to affect the environment and pose dreadful impacts to local communities.
The Queensland government is using Australia-made solar panels as it replaces the power systems at its remote National Park facilities.
While the material strontium titanate has shown immense potential as a photocatalyst in solar energy conversion, it is unclear whether chemical defects can influence its properties.
RP Global, a leading renewable energy developer and investor, and OOLU, leader in energy access solutions in West Africa, announce the launch of Westa.Solar, a Commercial & Industrial Solar Venture in West Africa, and the deployment of its first solar PPA project in Nigeria.
Amazon today announced 14 new renewable energy projects in the U.S., Canada, Finland, and Spain to advance its ambitious goal to power 100% of company activities with renewable energy by 2025—five years ahead of the original target of 2030.
Verano Capital, a renewable energy project developer headquartered in Chile, and Yinson Renewables Pte Ltd, a global Independent Power Producer which is part of the Yinson Holdings Berhad group, have agreed to collaborate on renewable energy projects in Chile, Colombia and Peru.
Enapter is accelerating its scale-up plans with the development of machinery for mass-production of its green hydrogen generators. Building on months of preparation, Enapter will develop and deploy the pioneering, automated production line it needs to massively scale up electrolyser manufacturing and help flip global warming.
Expected low demand for fossil fuels is compelling major oil and gas companies - including BP, Total and Shell - to actively restructure their businesses to add renewable power projects in their portfolio.