China has invested hundreds of billions of dollars in renewable energy.
China is rapidly greening its economy, but that doesn't mean authoritarian governments are best placed to handle climate change.
A rapid transition from fossil fuels is possible by targeting the 'tipping points' in our political and economic systems.
Robins are a much loved Christmas icon, but wind turbines installed in their habitat are affecting their song, with worrying consequences.
Replacing wind turbines could significantly increase Britain's power output.
Is the sun setting fast enough on coal-fired power?
Australia needs to accelerate its transition to clean energy, and not prolong the use of high-polluting, coal-fired infrastructure. Otherwise it risks missing out on an economic windfall.
Energy experts are getting excited about a proposed solar farm in Kent and what it could mean for a clean energy future.
The wreck of the British merchant ship SS Apapa, sunk by a German U-boat off Wales in 1917.
Wrecks like the recently discovered USS Juneau reveal much about combat on the oceans.
Moving towards a brighter future?
Research shows how water pumped from coal mines could revolutionise how we heat homes.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, left, and French President Emmanuel Macron.
AP Photo/Francois Mori
Its plan to stop lending money for oil and gas projects embraces the spirit of the Paris agreement at a time when the U.S. is going in a different direction.
The home biogas system offers a zero-emissions alternative to paying for fossil gas.
Australians love cooking with gas, but what if you could make your own supply, using leftover food waste? It may be time for more households to embrace home biogas – and stop paying gas bills.
A storm is brewing.
There are some huge issues at stake – and many of them are being ignored.
The Victorian government is aiming to boost renewable energy to 40%.
Victoria's plan to legislate its own renewable energy target of 40% by 2025 shows how states are increasingly taking the energy policy reins away from the federal government.
Disruptive technology, Ming Dynasty-style.
In pulling out of the Paris climate agreement, Donald Trump has turned his back not just on the world but on the low-carbon economy. He should pay heed to a very apt lesson from China's history.
This array in Indiana is one of a growing number of “community solar gardens” in the US.
Without help, lower-income people could miss out on the clean energy revolution – hence the arrival of community projects aiming to boost access to solar panels, batteries and other green technology.
ARENA part-funded the Broken Hill solar plant in New South Wales, which opened this year.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency is facing a $1.3 billion budget chop as part of the federal government's savings measures. But sacrifice the lead agency for green energy development
Across Africa the potential is ripe for a clean energy revolution that upsets and leapfrogs the old fossil-fuel order.
Clean energy in Africa is certainly a possibility despite those in the fossil fuel industry believing this not to be true.
3C(O)CH 2CH 2CO 2H? Eureka!
Levulinic acid is derived from plants and can be used to make everything from pharmaceuticals to plastics.
The drop in oil has not sparked the nadir of green energy.
Contrary to economic theory, data shows that the latest drop in energy prices does not undermine investment in renewable energy.
Both electric cars and renewable energy stand to gain significantly from cheaper storage.
Battery prices are falling faster than anyone expected: that's good news for solar power and electric cars.
Wind farms like this one probably wouldn’t exist if the government didn’t provide a hefty subsidy.
Congress passed the wind production tax credit (PTC) more than two decades ago to spur development in an industry still in its infancy. The wind sector has since matured into adulthood, prompting thousands…