Solid energy — how batteries power the world

Power in the palm of your hand.

Atomic-sandwich material could make computers 100 times more energy efficient

Don’t need a calculator to know that’s a lot.

Cooking nuclear waste into glass and ceramic materials could provide safe, efficient containment

Vitrification is the way to go.

The combined capacity of the renewable energy sector overtakes that of coal

No more black lung.

Iceland drilling project close to plugging into the Mid-Atlantic ridge

In a few months, Iceland will be drawing power directly from molten rock.

The U.S. plans to build the most advanced fusion reactor ever

Endless clean energy is just too good to pass up.

Why the first, tiny offshore wind farm in the U.S. is a huge step forward

These five turbines signal a change through out the country.

Chernobyl is to become the world’s largest solar power plant

This huge area will finally produce energy — 30 years after the meltdown.

First solar-powered boat to cross the Atlantic embarks on historical journey

A little ship braving the ocean on its own.

The price of solar keeps falling, Dubai received the lowest ever asking bid for energy

A few days ago, India’s Energy Minister Piyush Goyal announced that solar energy became cheaper to produce than coal-powered, costing roughly 6 US cents/kWh. Now, it’s become even cheaper: the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) received the lowest ever asking price for solar energy, at US 2.99 cents/kWh.