Unsurprisingly, the Japanese feel ambivalent about nuclear power, but part of their energy needs could be answered by the country's tidal potential.
Blockchain technology could be applied to our energy grids to make them smarter, and turn energy consumers into producers.
As coal continues to collapse, large new wind farms are coming online. Electricity generated in Britain is the cleanest it's ever been.
The Trump administration can boost domestic solar panel manufacturing without slapping duties on all imports.
Diatoms' tricks may offer new insights that keep solar cell energy running efficiently and robustly throughout their processes.
Sun, wind, waste biomass, geothermal, tides and waves: all these energy sources in Sydney's backyard add up to a zero-carbon energy solution for the city.
It may be just as well the UK government scrapped its previous carbon capture competition.
New modelling suggests that Australia could use renewable energy to hit its 2030 emissions reduction targets, without it costing any more overall than maintaining the status quo.
As federal and state energy ministers gather to discuss the Turnbull government's proposed National Energy Guarantee, many of the finer details of the modelling are not yet available.
Tesla, China and Richard Branson are among those offering to help Caribbean nations rebuild – and do so in a greener, more resilient way – after the devastating 2017 hurricane season.
It's not all bad news at Bonn – with low carbon precincts, living infrastructure and urban networks, cities are leading the charge against climate change.
The CO2 we produce when we put up buildings is large and virtually unregulated.
Do all fossil fuel workers want their current jobs protected? Research in the field suggests not.
Kenya's inadequate electricity supply is due to an over-reliance on hydropower, high energy and infrastructure costs.
With cutting-edge technologies and innovative business practices, Cape Verde can achieve its goal in a way that is cost-effective and equitable
The National Energy Guarantee proposal seems geared towards locking in the status quo rather than driving the much-needed energy transition.
By rebranding coal as 'dispatchable', the government's National Energy Guarantee looks set to preserve demand for coal-fired power by giving it a new role – one it's not well equipped to fulfil.
As the Clean Energy Target fades away, perhaps a Dispatchable Reliable Energy Target will be innocuous enough to pass the Liberal party room and the Senate.
Rural development experts say the best way to help coal communities by is investing in people, infrastructure and a clean environment. Instead, President Trump's budget cuts programs in these areas.
With all parties backing the fracking ban apart from the Tories, Scotland will have to secure full devolvement for energy if it is to fully realise its ambitions for renewables