What if we could generate power from the Sun during the day, and the dark sky at night? Scientists are getting closer to making this reality.
The Midwest is at "high risk of energy emergencies" and Texas and the West could see outages and shortfalls amid high heat and drought.
Scientists hope tiny fuel cells that use algae, light, and water to create energy could one day charge our phones, among other uses.
The supply of renewable energy, mostly solar, briefly met the state's total demand for energy on Saturday in a landmark moment for sustainability.
When will humans harness all Earth's available energy? In about 300 years, according to a new study.
For an entire day, wind power became the second-largest source of electricity in the country for the first time in recorded history.
Emissions could be reduced by 80 percent with a geothermal system that repurposes heat from devices like fridges and computers.
The geothermal startup Quaise Energy has raised $63 million in funding to tap Earth’s deep subterranean power.
The Russia-Ukraine War has the country reconsidering all aspects of its foreign policy.
The Biden administration’s largest offshore wind auction is happening today.
Ten battery packs melted in an energy storage facility in California, the second meltdown in five months.