Why burning biomass is a hoax and coal is solid sunshine

Both are just compressed trees or ferns and we shouldn't be burning either of them.

Scottish utility goes 100% renewable, pushes electric vehicles too

One of the UK's "Big Six" energy companies has gone a dark shade of green.

How many solar panels does it take to fill up a hydrogen car?

Stanford scientists figure out way to get hydrogen out of seawater. Does this matter?

Help crowdfund solar for affordable housing

The Bay Area needs affordable housing. And it needs clean energy. A new campaign supports both.

Community solar-plus-storage goes big in Massachusetts

Home owners are going solar, without having to put anything on their roof.

UK now has more renewables capacity than fossil fuels

The country's onward march of low carbon energy shows no signs of stopping.

Just add water and sunlight to these gold stars to create renewable energy

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Vestas unveils gigantic 10 MW wind turbine

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