Many Americans had trouble paying their energy bills before COVID-19, and the current recession is making the problem worse.
Electricity is only one part of the green energy puzzle we need to solve.
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A bioengineer explains how a clearer picture of brain structure and function may fine-tune the ways brain surgery attempts to correct structure and medication tries to correct function.
Such a large accumulation of methane in a lake is unique, and has never been reached in any other lakes.
Zimbabwe's policy makers believe that deforestation is a threat to the economy, but citizens believe environmental degradation is an outcome of the country's dire political and economic situation.
South Africa's Integrated Resource Plan for Electricity reflects a global trend away from nuclear energy. But the government's actions suggest otherwise.
From its roots as an electric version of snake oil, by the 1930s vibrators were just another household electric appliance that could soothe your pains at the end of a long day.
Those endless cups of tea while working from home are unlikely to add much to your electricity bill. But coronavirus poses other problems for the electricity sector.
With its abundant sunshine and unique topography, Indonesia is able to generate 100% green electricity from its solar energy by 2050.
When South Africa finally emerges from COVID-19 inadequate electricity supply will be once again rear its head.
Mathematical modelling is capable of saving lives, assisting in policy and decision-making, and optimising economic growth.
Energy-efficiency initiatives are consistently identified as the lowest impact and most cost-effective means of meeting energy needs. Why isn't Ontario focusing on them?
Taxes designed to encourage a green transition can instead penalise smaller businesses and ensure they're left behind.
Often presented as one of the best ways to save energy, eco-efficiency often proves to be less effective than one might think.
Households generate a large share of national greenhouse gas emissions and can take steps to reduce them.
The next 20 years of Britain's electricity policy must look very different from the previous 20.
Zimbabwe's energy policy needs to be reconsidered if the country's electricity shortage is to be resolved.
There has been no progress in expanding national electricity grids in most African countries since 2016.
Britain greets a new decade with substantially cleaner electricity, but challenges lie ahead to decarbonise its transport and heating.