Spain is poised to go fully-renewable by 2050

Está bien!

New tech transforms human poop into clean biofuel

Sanitation and energy generation in one go.

Australia opens first off-the-grid, solar-powered classroom, using Tesla battery

It’s still early days, but this is a promising technology.

Newly-developed fuel can store solar energy for up to 18 years

It’s like a battery, but flowy. And it works with heat.

How to reduce your home’s ecological footprint

We’re all kings and queens of our own castles.

How supercapacitors could usher in a new age for hybrid vehicles

Supercapacitors, super cars.

Melbourne solar powered canopy that doubles as work of art wins 2018 Land Art Generator Initiative

A beautiful solar array shaped like a canopy might provide 2,220 MWh of clean energy annually to Melbourne residents.

LEGO launches functioning wind turbine model to promote sustainability

Who doesn’t love Legos?

How do solar panels work?

Solar power is the future of energy. Find out how it works.

Europe’s grids will feed primarily from wind farms by 2027, predicts the International Energy Agency

Go Europe, go!

Using land displaced by biofuels to grow trees is much better for climate, say researchers

I like trees.

Decentralized micro-grids could be the next big thing for renewable energy

Is this what the future will look like?

Germany rolls out the first hydrogen-powered trains in the world

These bright blue trains are the greenest around.

Gov. Brown doubles-down on California’s already ambitious pledge — it will be carbon-neutral by 2045

Big moves in California!

Activating a new language is easy — the effort goes in suppressing the old one

Oui oui, tres bien!

Clean energy could make the Sahara green

Both figuratively and literally.

Semi-artificial photosynthesis points the way to a viable hydrogen economy

A little help from life goes a long way.

Europe is now home to over one million electric vehicles

China passed the mark in 2017. The US is estimated to do so later this year.

Europe set to ban halogen light bulbs

Here’s why this is a good thing.

California is generating so much renewable energy, it’s about to take a break

California’s green policy is so successful it needs to slow down for a bit.