How should the United States power its economy in 2050? A recent survey finds surprising agreement from Americans of all political stripes.
The federal government is spending $94 million to buy cheap oil. Instead, Australia should use the money to manufacture our own energy.
Investors who think oil is a good long-term bet should read this first.
With its abundant sunshine and unique topography, Indonesia is able to generate 100% green electricity from its solar energy by 2050.
A switch to electric transport is one of New Zealand's key climate strategies. It will increase demand on the national grid, but might also help increase renewable electricity generation.
Talking about energy transitions could help overcome the impasse we seem to have reached on climate change.
When South Africa finally emerges from COVID-19 inadequate electricity supply will be once again rear its head.
The US is gradually shifting to lower-carbon energy sources, but the COVID-19 pandemic, an oil price crash and a likely recession are big speed bumps.
New lightweight, efficient and ultra-thin solar technologies show promise, but it may be too soon to abandon conventional solar photovoltaics.
For the next couple of decades, Snowy 2.0 will in fact store coal-fired electricity, not renewable electricity.
Here's how spinning metal can smooth out the spikes in renewable electricity generation.
Teck Resources' decision to cancel its oilsands project is a blow to Trudeau's government.
Sun Cable could provide Australia an alternative to the export business of coal and gas, and even reduce our export dependence on China.
Pumped thermal electricity storage turns electricity into heat and back again – which can compensate for the intermittent supply of renewables.
The world runs on energy, so finding low-emission alternatives to fossil fuels is crucial. Wind and solar are cheap and abundant but can't do everything. But hydrogen fuel could complete the picture.
The global warming potential of different greenhouse gases is often poorly understood, distorting which are the biggest concern.
Social tipping interventions have the potential to pave the way for rapid change and avert climate change.
The mainstream news media has been biased in its reporting and portrayal of Indigenous Peoples on stories about renewable energy projects. What and how can they do better?
The deluge of opinions and proposed solutions to South Africa's energy crisis reflects corporate and political interests.
Plans to reduce emissions quickly are seductive but can stall. Climate initiatives should end dependence on fossil energy and pursue a path towards a more just and equitable society.