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There's a wealth of climate policies to choose from this election – but what will they do electricity prices?
Closure of the state's last coal power station will leave a potential gap in the electricity supply.
We have the technology to phase out fossil fuels, but it will take more than that.
Phasing out fossils fuels would go a long way to stopping dangerous climate change – but it might be harder than we thought.
Over the past year Australia's greenhouse gas emissions from electricity rose 2.7%.
Africa still has numerous electricity challenges to overcome, but several countries are getting it right when it comes to providing electricity to their people.
Longannet, the last coal-fired power plant in Scotland, has closed. It might be good news for climate change, but it also signals major problems ahead.
South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan left energy analysts disappointed by not discussing the topic in much detail.
South Africans spend billions of rands paying for services that should be provided by government, thus making the tax burden considerably higher than what appears in official tax data.
Sweating it out through hot summer nights? Here are some tips when you're looking for something to cool you down.
State-owned companies are not generally needed to provide goods. Rather, they are needed to provide the foundation for a well-functioning economy and a healthy, well-informed populace.
While the Paris climate talks focus on technical fixes, no one talks about how we're much more afraid of roughing it than ever before.
Mary Shelley’s diaries reveal that in 1814 she attended a lecture that Andrew Crosse, “thunder and lightning man”, delivered in London.
By 2030 renewable energy sources such as solar and wind will cost a similar amount to fossils fuels such as coal and gas, thanks to falling technology costs
A large solar thermal plant in Morocco will provide energy for 1m people – here's how it will work.
UK's decision to close coal power plants is really a statement of the obvious, and does nothing to answer the problem of what to do afterwards.
Who'd want to take part in the UK energy economy when the government keeps changing the rules?
Africa is blessed with an abundance of sunshine.Given the heavy demand for energy, alternatives, such as solar, could provide solutions and help stimulate economic growth.
Many utilities see rooftop solar as a threat, but solar power can actually lower the cost of power they – and their consumers – need to pay during hours of high demand.