A thermal revolution is taking place in a remote northern alliance in Canada.
These two men created the first ever sustainable dancefloor.
Tsinghua University expert tells European Business Summit that he is confident of finding ways to make rooftop PV energy panels stronger and cheaper
Diversity is the name of the game for Total. The French multinational is looking firmly to the future and further developing sources of renewable energy, particularly to feed the hunger for what the company describes as the “energy of the 21st century” - electricity.
Vanillin, a key ingredient in vanilla extract, takes the place of expensive and toxic rare metals.
The world's demand for power has increased by 85% in the last 20 years, with production responsible for about 25% of greenhouse gas emissions. In Southeast Asia alone, energy consumption is expected to double by 2040.
Powerpods are portable wind turbines which claim to be cheaper and more efficient than solar panels.
The Netherlands must reduce carbon emissions by the end of the year, but can this be done?
Raphaël Domjan parachutes off an electric plane, freefalling several hundred metres at speeds of over 150 km/h.
Swiss explorer Raphael Domjan has completed what is claimed to be the world's first parachute jump from a solar-powered aircraft.
Globally 10% of all energy was produced by solar panels and wind turbines in the first half of 2020.
An air source heating system absorbs heat from the outside air to heat both the house and hot water.
Could this reshape the future of green energy?
The Tube is about to go green.
It turns out shrimp shells are being used in a new, innovative way by scientists.
Local wind and solar farms to power much of Sydney as Australia moves towards total carbon neutrality.
As a plentiful source of energy, the sun’s rays have the potential to energize our daily lives with less damage to our planet than fossil fuels.
The team of scientists also looked at how moving to follow the sun could help solar panels to produce more energy.
A solar plant in Abu Dhabi is set to be the largest anywhere in the world, with the cheapest prices for solar power.
Could we be climbing aboard solar-powered trains in the near future?
The special solar cells work the same as their daytime counterparts but in reverse.