Renewables Outstrip Coal in the U.S. for the First Time Ever
It's a big milestone for renewable energy, though the victory will likely be short-lived.
The US Could Supply 80 Percent of Its Energy with Wind and Solar
It would require an infrastructure overhaul costing hundreds of billions—if not trillions—of dollars, but technically speaking, it’s possible.
Trump just screwed renewables. He may have also started a trade war.
Tariffs will raise prices and "result in 23,000 job losses."
Olafur Eliasson's Little Sun Has Big Plans for Bringing Light to All
Over a billion people don't have access to electricity, but an ambitious project is fusing design, art and technology to help fill the darkness.
Nick Chedli Carter
A Non-Profit is Training Grandmas to Become Solar Engineers in Rural Areas Worldwide
Barefoot College is empowering localities to train rural, poor women as solar engineers and educators within their communities.
A Switch to Renewable Energy Gives Power to the People
Wondering how your devices are powered? Well, it’s not a giant pink bunny beating a drum.
The End of Oil
We’re a Cheap Battery Away From Phasing Out Fossil Fuels
The chairman of Europe's biggest solar company tells us why Big Oil is facing an imminent threat.
So Long, Rollable Solar Array, and Thanks for All the Photons
After attempts to repack ROSA into the SpaceX Dragon capsule failed, the experiment was jettisoned.
Worker Solidarity, Hunger Crisis, Killer Weather and Solar Jobs of Tomorrow.
Your daily guide to what's working, what's not, and what you can do about it.
Solar Energy Might Actually Survive Trump’s Fossil Fuel Revolution
A new report from The Solar Foundation paints an optimistic outlook for solar energy under President Trump.
This Is Why Solar Windows Have Yet to Become Popular
They're just not as efficient as solar panels yet.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
'Swarm Electrification' in Bangladesh Lets Neighbours Swap Solar Electricity
For decades, families had little choice but to use kerosene. Now they’re swapping solar electricity.