An organism that grows larger than a blue whale ended the era of coal but could fuel the future
The fall of coal has been swift in Britain, and there's no sign of it ever coming back.
Solar power is a wonderful thing but the benefits are not evenly distributed.
UK households can now by 15 per cent green gas and 100 per cent green electricity with one easy tariff.
Britain has already made great progress in decarbonizing the grid. It looks like there's more to come.
This is very good news. So much so that it might soon stop being news.
There's more than one way to kill a duck curve.
Recently, the University of New South Wales announced that it would source all of its energy from renewables. The announcement was notable not just...
We've been following the story of Hywind, the world's first "floating" wind farm, with great interest—not least for its potential to reduce installation costs...
Tesla already 'killed the duck' with its gigantic battery in South Australia. Now it's looking to capitalize on that success, this time doing so...
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