Energy production and consumption is becoming cleaner, cheaper and decentralized. With connected devices you as a consumer can take control of your energy consumption. Here you will also find content about batteries, smart grids, nuclear and other innovation in the energy field.
A study shows that the transition to renewable electricity has been much faster than experts thought 15 years ago.
Ireland is going to replace its last coal plant with a floating wind farm and a huge green energy hub. This in accordance with their goal to become coal-free.
Scotland is at the forefront of fighting climate change. On their way towards net-zero, electric cars on the island of Yell can now be powered by tidal energy.
Worl Economic Forum lists five examples of renewable energy success stories, to emphasize the unstoppable trend.
A new catalyst lowers the energy requirements for producing hydrogen so much that sunlight in the future can replace natural gas as an energy source in processes.
If a single material became superconducting and conducted electric current without resistance at room temperature, we could solve the world's energy problems. Recently, several breakthroughs have been made and the dream of frictionless electricity is now closer than ever.
Amoco Cadiz, Exxon Valdez, and Deepwater Horizon. Many people remember the great oil disasters, but fewer know that both the number and amount of oil spills have decreased sharply in the world.
Electric cars are often described as "expensive". That perception is changing. A French-Romanian electric car contributes to that.
A major EU project supports an electricity connection between the three countries, letting Cyprus in from its energy isolation