In the United States, buildings consume about 75% of the electricity, which implies that they have a huge ability to save energy and decrease the demand on the swiftly changing electric grid.
An elegant new algorithm developed by Danish researchers can significantly reduce the resource consumption of the world's computer servers.
Transitioning to low-carbon energy production is the biggest climate challenge to overcome.
How can historic buildings become more energy efficient while conserving their heritage values? A doctoral thesis provides the answer by presenting a new method for combining climate goals and heritage values in historic buildings stocks.
The prospect of generating clean energy from waves moved a step closer as Mocean Energy commenced testing of their Blue X wave energy prototype at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney.
Berlin-based HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH and builders and architects Wohnwerke GmbH are launching a partnership for climate-friendly, private houses.
Climate change and social inequality are two pressing issues that often overlap.
Automotive innovation start-up Page-Roberts has revealed a patented design concept for an electric vehicle capable of travelling up to 30% further than current EVs on the market.
The University of Nottingham is kick-starting a new £1m project to develop dual-use energy storage technology, capable of delivering hydrogen to a fuel cell and generating direct cooling for refrigeration.
Russian voyager and survivalist Fedor Konyukhov is preparing for a new challenge – the first ever solo transpacific crossing by solar electric catamaran. The 9,000 nautical mile expedition from Chile to Australia is set to start in December 2021.