With inflation cooling and the election approaching, the U.S. wind industry may face a limited window of opportunity in 2024.
A cutting-edge nuclear technology is still in its infancy and beset by financial and environmental concerns.
Heat pump installations are rising rapidly across the globe. There's still work to be done, experts say.
US climate envoy John Kerry unveiled the world's first international strategy for commercializing nuclear fusion power, notably excluding China.
Major oil companies have been making investments in renewable energy and battery technology. While a significant step, recent events suggest it doesn't mean the end of "big oil."
An imminent deal will enable Shell and NGC to jointly operate the field under a 70%-30% ownership, delivering crucial foreign capital to Venezuela via project revenue.
With adequate funding, most fusion companies expect to distribute power in the next 12 years, not 30, and some plan to plug into the network in this decade.
A newly-developed lithium extraction technology promises to fix lithium mining, but analysts are cautiously optimistic.
Global oil prices accelerated their trajectory down from their peak in late September on Thursday.
The world's largest lithium producing company missed earnings expectations by a wide margin, with YOY revenue dropping more than 50%.
Following a series of setbacks, Canada's renewable energy transition got a push from the private sector last week.
The International Seabed Authority meets this week in Jamaica to discuss allowing the beginning of large-scale deep sea mining.
Chevron is in talks to extend its European natural gas supply contracts by 15 years, continuing the recent trend of oil and gas giants betting on the longevity of fossil fuels, according to Reuters.
Danish renewable energy company Ørsted posted substantial losses in their financial statement for the first nine months of 2023.
Results are directly affected by fluctuations in global oil prices.
Results were strongly affected by oil prices, which were much higher a year before.
A Swedish firm makes progress toward the world's first large-scale sodium-ion battery factory, potentially threatening lithium's dominance of the EV battery market.
High in the Austrian Alps, hundreds of construction workers toil in a huge underground project aimed at storing hydropower as climate change has reduced the country's water-dependent electricity production.
Oil prices jumped more than 3% in early Asian trade on Monday as OPEC+ considers cutting output of up to 1 million barrels per day at a meeting this week to support the market.
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The EU extended restrictions placed in 2013 on Chinese solar panel manufacturers due to complaints of "dumping" by local companies.
The Turkish president vowed not to be affected by pressure from Russian sanctions after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet in November.
The global oil group has raised its production limit to reflect more accurately how much oil it has sent to global markets.
David Crane stepped down this week as head of the New Jersey power company amid investor unhappiness over Crane's renewable energy push.
Saudi Arabia has maintained that a cap on oil production would not work if non-OPEC producers like Russia and Mexico do not agree to output cuts.
Scientists and engineers around the world are working on nuclear fusion reactors that, if successful, could replace today's carbon-intensive power plants.
JX Holdings Inc. will take over smaller rival TonenGeneral as the country's oil refiners look to cut processing capacity amid declining fuel demand.
Environmental groups said they planned to protest the Dec. 10 auction in Washington, where officials will offer parcels of public land for oil and gas development.
Major U.S. businesses joined the White House this week in voicing support for an aggressive outcome at the United Nations climate change talks in Paris.
Regulators this week reduced the amount of advanced biofuels suppliers must mix in to regular gasoline and diesel, citing market challenges.
France and Germany are not known for sunny skies, but are nevertheless using government initiatives to spur a shift toward renewable solar energy.