More than one billion people in the world do not have access to electricity and 2.8 billion lack clean cooking options
Just five years ago, coal represented about 40 percent of the electricity mix—a stark contrast as the country moves to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and tackle its air pollution challenges...
As the largest source of human-produced greenhouse gases, the energy sector is at the forefront of efforts to curb emissions.
Due to land constraints in the small city-state, Singapore is placing a cap on the number of cars on its roads while doubling-down on public transportation
The rule would guarantee a profit to any power plant with 90 days of fuel stored on-site in the name of grid resiliency — but experts say it will do nothing for resiliency and increase costs for consumers...
Twelve automakers sacrifice the future by urging Pres. Trump to lower fuel-economy standards, which might be the single largest CO2 reduction in U.S. history
Located just over 15 miles off Scotland's coast, the 30 Megawatt (MW) wind farm is expected to power around 20,000 households.
The end of a policy to support carpooling in Jakarta, Indonesia led to an 87 percent increase in evening rush-hour traffic, according to a study published this summer in Science...
This month, a start-up company called Hyliion that is looking to hybridize Class 8 trucks around the world raised $21 million in Series A funding
The world’s largest floating solar farm spans the size of 160 football fields and is now generating electricity atop a former coal mine in China
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