The country’s march to this renewable is a reason for climate optimism because it is happening under adverse circumstances.
The decision by the GOP-controlled Federal Energy Regulatory Commission comes amid repeated promises by the president to revive coal as the nation's top power source.
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.
Sun-fueled flight is now at least theoretically possible, new experiments show—but scientists have a long way to go before carbon-neutral aircraft actually fly.
As Elon Musk and others have made clear, the islands’ centralized fossil-fueled electric grids should not be rebuilt.
Used wisely, their plentiful renewable resources could make the two countries wealthier while protecting the health of their peoples.
The much-anticipated, rare phenomenon is taking parts of the country by storm, affecting tourism, traffic and even the solar power grid.
In remote parts of India and Nepal, female entrepreneurs bring electricity to their villages.
Renewables continue to take the world by storm, which is good news for the climate.