Swedish company is building wind turbine towers out of timber

It seems that you can build just about anything out of wood.

Can we make carbon-free steel from renewable hydrogen?

Yes, in theory. Doing it in practice is a whole other story. Another example of how the hydrogen economy is a fantasy.

UK now has more renewables capacity than fossil fuels

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

Does hydrogen have a role to play in a clean-energy future?

New technology might actually pull hydrogen out of the Alberta tar sands and leave the carbon behind.

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Why burning biomass is a hoax and coal is solid sunshine

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Scotland produced enough wind energy for double its homes in last 6 months

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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?

Norwegian ferries to run on dead fish

It's a good job global fish stocks aren't in peril...

Why choosing solar panels or a hybrid car has more impact than you think

As it turns out, personal energy choices can be contagious.

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