In the first half of 2019, Scottish wind generated enough electricity to power the equivalent of 4.47 million homes, almost double the number of homes there.
Another good reason to pile density onto subway lines: Almost free heat and cooling.
Australia’s emissions are again the highest on record, driven this time by an increase in emissions from the electricity sector, which rose to their highest levels in two years, according to new figures. Fugitive emissions from Australia’s LNG industry also…
Not only would this ingenious new cooling system be cheap to implement, it would also save millions of tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere.
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Trudeau doesn’t seem to understand what ‘climate emergency’ means.
Australia is at a crossroads. Drift towards a future of slow decline economically and socially or, if action is taken now to address our most important challenges, create a future of greater prosperity for all, globally competitive industries and a…
Theresa May is deceiving us, either deliberately or through ignorance, with regard to the goal of reducing carbon emissions to zero by 2050 (May puts 2050 zero emission target into law, 12 June). This is impossible for any economy based…
The renewable energy transition gathers steam as global investors ditch coal power, but natural gas and nuclear stakeholders want a piece of the pie, too
Renewable energy could win the workforce recruiting race for the next generation of top innovators, with help from quantum information science (QIS)
World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm Powers Up — and It’s On Track to Generate Twice the Energy of Any Other
This trailblazing new wind farm has just switched on 50 of its 174 turbines to power 287,000 homes – and it’s already on track to do much more than that.