The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts an energy market dominated by renewables.
A new geothermal engineering project in Iceland could revolutionise the energy technology.
More and more Turkish energy companies see a bright future in solar.
The future of the clean energy revolution could take place on the ocean.
By Dr James Hansen I am a political Independent, fed up with both of our major parties. I have begun writing a piece in which I argue the case for a third […]
Construction works in Dagachhu Hydropower Development in Bhutan By Rebecca Clark The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) announced, in a report issued at its 11th Council meeting, that employment had risen in […]
Photo by Alex Indigo on Flickr By Katie Morrey A study performed by a clean energy advocacy group, Clean Energy Canada, has shown that Canada’s investment in renewable energy dropped by half […]
By Matt Finch Oil’s back in the news again (for some it never left), although most of us probably missed the fact that OPEC met with Russia in Doha last month and […]
The launch of IPPR’s London Global Green City report. By Anders Lorenzen London Global Green City, is the title of a new report by the think tank, the Institute for […]
A German nuclear power plant pictured in 2007. Photo credit: Andy Rudorfer via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Many see him as one of the most radical scientists around, and he has time […]