Massachusetts and Rhode Island to build new offshore wind farms totaling 1.2GW

As developments in Europe drive down installation costs, the US is eager to get clean energy.

Don’t drag your feet with renewables: earlier switch saves money in the long run

Last one at the finish pays the bill!

Australia’s “Impossible” Renewable Energy Target Exceeded

Australia is set to exceed a target the Federal Government said was impossible to reach by 2020.

The UK just went 55 hours without using any coal

Great news from the Brits.

“Algae forestry” could take CO2 straight out of the air and put it on your plate

More food, less emissions… but it’s all about the money.

Sweden opens world’s first electrified road, to charge e-vehicles on the run

It’s a socket! It’s a road! It’s… both?

Silently, Portugal just produced 100% of its electricity from renewables for a whole month

Good news from Portugal!

Energy-positive fusion could be available within the next 15 years

This will change everything.

Storing solar energy: Researchers pave the way for artificial photosynthesis

This could be big for solar energy.

Incredible farm in Michigan becomes the world’s second ‘Living Building’

Can I rent a room?

Solar fuels just years away, propelled by breakthrough in catalyst research

Research doesn’t have to be glamorous or flashy to be significant.

Chile to start phase-out of coal

Chile is the latest country to announce a coal phase-out.

30% of the European Union’s electricity came from renewables in 2017

These are encouraging news, but everything is not rosy in Europe.

‘Solar windows’ change from transparent to tinted at high temperatures, blocking the sun while generating electricity

For the smart buildings of the future.

Chernobyl is transforming into a massive solar plant — and it’s almost done

There’s some poetic justice in having Chernobyl once again produce energy — but this time, from the Sun.

French President at Climate Summit: We’re losing the battle

It’s a long and rocky road, which will require a lot action and a lot of effort, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

First all-electric cargo ship built in China will start its career drenched in irony

Cool achievement, ignoble task.

Google now runs 100% on renewable energy — 3.0 gigawatts of it

Leading by example, Google invests more and more into renewable energy.

Price of new solar energy plummets by 26% in one single year

It’s more profitable to start deploying new solar now than operating currently existing coal or nuclear plants.

Bacteria-printed solar cells produce electricity during both day and night

Living solar cells could power medical or environmental sensors. They’re fully biodegradable too.