Researchers produce the loudest sound in the world inside tiny jets of water

Researchers in the US have produced sounds that dwarf those generated during rocket launches — all inside tiny jets of water.

The UK had a coal-free week — the first time since 1882

This is the country’s first coal-free week since the advent of the Industrial Revolution.

Researchers figure out how coffee can boost (some) solar cells

Oh great, more competition for my morning coffee.

What are the different types of energy

Don’t let your boss find out, but in a physical sense, energy is defined as the ability to do work.

Two-thirds of new energy installed in 2019 was renewable

Yay!

The North Sea could become the UK’s largest battery — one that lasts for the whole winter

It would be green, too!

Spain is poised to go fully-renewable by 2050

Está bien!

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.

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

Go Europe, go!

Clean energy could make the Sahara green

Both figuratively and literally.

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.

Curbing climate change: carbon storage is good, forests are oft-times better

If it ain’t broken, don’t replace it with a powerplant.

New theoretical framework will keep our fusion reactors from going ‘boom’

Real reactors lack boom.

Rumors of Opportunity’s death “very premature”, despite three-weeks silence

Hang in there, buddy!

London’s Square Mile to use 100% renewable energy by October

A step in the right direction.

What is the Greenhouse effect, and why it’s (currently) bad for us

A look at the process which makes life on Earth possible — but may topple our society if taken too far.

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.

Bitcoin to consume 0.5% of the world’s electricity — as much as Ireland

Bitcoin may have made some people rich, but it also consumed a lot of energy and produced a lot of emissions in the process.

Cutting calories delays ageing, new study shows

Eat less, live longer.