Amid improving technology and plunging costs for wind, solar and other renewables, the energy picture is shifting in many countries.
In one of the world’s sunniest countries, the government remains lukewarm about its potential to harness solar energy, despite the plummeting costs of doing so.
The country’s congress overwhelmingly passes the law on its second reading, aiming for 37,000 EVs in five years. Meanwhile, the U.S. Congress' tax bill promotes carbon-based energy.
There's a suspicion that Trump seeks to rid Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands of their populations in order to create a billionaire’s playground.
The secretary of energy says electrification using hydrocarbons would prevent sexual assaults in rural Africa. But such fuels can just as well be blamed for mass rapes during wartime.
Disasters fueled by global warming are the "new normal." Figuring out how to avoid the next one must be a top priority for all of us.
As Elon Musk and others have made clear, the islands’ centralized fossil-fueled electric grids should not be rebuilt.
What used to be considered waste is now seen as raw material for producing biogas, a viable energy alternative to nuclear and fossil fuels.
After the storm in Florida, millions have been without power, but those with solar panels were able to restore electricity immediately.