“Morocco in the fast lane with world’s largest concentrated solar farm”

“It’s not just on the track that Morocco is aiming to become a world leader in renewable energy. As well as a host nation of a Formula ePrix, the country is also home to the world’s largest concentrated… Read More

“The world’s largest “virtual battery plant” is now operating in the Arabian desert”

“The United Arab Emirates likes breaking world records. Flush with oil money and blessed with plenty of open land, the country has the world’s tallest building, largest mall, largest desalinated water reservoir, and one of the largest solar… Read More

“Bloomberg names final 5 American Cities Climate Challenge winners”

“Bloomberg Philanthropies announced Friday the final five winners of its American Cities Climate Challenge: Albuquerque, NM; Austin, TX; Denver; Orlando, FL; and San Antonio. The total number of winning cities stands at 25. The five winners will join… Read More

“Texas has enough sun and wind to quit coal, Rice researchers say”

“Texas might have the perfect environment to quit coal for good. Texas is one of the only places where the natural patterns of wind and sun could produce power around the clock, according to new research from Rice… Read More

“Renewables overtake coal as Germany’s main energy source”

“Renewables overtook coal as Germany’s main source of energy for the first time last year, accounting for just over 40 percent of electricity production, research showed on Thursday. The shift marks progress as Europe’s biggest economy aims for… Read More

“Lung-like Device Transdorms Water into a Clean Source of Fuel”

“Get water in your lungs, and you’re in for a very bad time. But when water enters a new type of “lung” created by researchers at Stanford University, the result is hydrogen fuel — a clean source of… Read More

“Chile drives electric vehicle rollout in Latin America”

“A massive cargo ship docked in the Chilean port of San Antonio at the end of November, carrying it its belly the first 100 electric buses from China that Chileans hope will revolutionize their public transport system. Chile’s… Read More

“Electric Aviation is Poised for a Revolution – and it’s about Time”

“The aviation industry and its regulators will be lobbying hard next week at COP24 in Poland to sell the world on a global carbon market to offset airlines’ rising emissions. There, negotiators will be working toward standards for… Read More

“A Tiny Crustacean Could Help Us Create Biofuel from Wood”

“The termites of the sea could hold the key to sustainably transforming wood into a liquid biofuel. Gribbles are tiny water-dwelling invertebrates that feed on wood. We’ve known for some time now that they are adept at breaking… Read More

“Meet The Men Who Ditched Well Paid Jobs In Big Energy To Tackle Climate Change”

“For many years, Richard Lohwasser and Kyung-Hun Ha were highly paid executives at large energy utility companies in Germany. “I was making really good money,” Ha said. He had regular 9-to-5 hours, and the firm provided him with… Read More