A small British company says it is on track to decarbonize the economy with an abundant, safe and cheap source of energy — eventually.
We won't stop using fossil fuels right away, but the transition to renewable energy could be tricky.
Because no form of electrical generation operates at full capacity all the time.
British prime minister Boris Johnson pledges to turn the U.K. into a leading producer of carbon-free hydrogen to cash in on a global boom.
Instead, they'll put about $18 billion a year into renewable energy projects.
The country is criticized for doing too little, too slowly, but efforts are already having an impact.
When the wind is blowing and the sun is shining, how can we store power to use when they aren't?
Germany has pledged to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2045. Is that achievable?
A Department of Energy study out today shows that the U.S. has the potential to power 40% of its electricity needs with solar power.
Last year was a record year for installation of wind energy equipment, partially benefiting from five years straight of federal tax credits for producers.