Memoranda of understanding have been signed, greenwashing claims have been made. Quite a bit is at stake in the coming weeks in Dubai.
A high-level meeting between Italian and Saudi officials took place Monday ahead of this week's landmark international climate conference.
US climate envoy John Kerry will unveil the first-ever international nuclear fusion strategy at COP 28.
Spain's pursuit of net-zero carbon emissions took a step forward on Wednesday.
The world's largest lithium producing company missed earnings expectations by a wide margin, with YOY revenue dropping more than 50%.
The funding aligns with the Biden Administration's goal to boost USMCA electric vehicle battery production. It marks the second phase of the DOE's $6 billion allocation under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
The U.S. will join five other western nations in a pledge to be signed at COP 28, adding momentum to the controversial energy source's ongoing revival.
Germany's leading renewable energy technology corporation is reorganizing its business operations in response to a crisis in its wind energy unit.
Oil production and demand are both on the rise, according to the IEA, marking a contrast from the organization's "peak oil" proclamation in October.
Following a series of setbacks, Canada's renewable energy transition got a push from the private sector last week.
Exxon is poised to become the United States' first domestic lithium producer. Is this greenwashing or a sign of things to come?
A recent report found that China may have already reached a tipping point in its journey towards net-zero emissions.
War in the Middle East has shaken up regional energy markets, as Israel's natural gas facilities hang in limbo and Egypt's energy grid struggles to stay online.
Deep Sea Mining Gets Yellow Light From International Seabed Authority, Rebuffing Calls For Moratorium
The ISA ultimately decided not to decide the fate of deep sea mining Wednesday, setting up a final decision next year.
Brazil has quickly emerged as Latin America's leading source of renewable energy—as well as its largest fossil fuel producer.
Texas voters approved a measure on Tuesday to allocate one-third of its $30 billion budget surplus towards natural gas power plants.
Hurricane Otis' devastation in Mexico energy system vulnerabilities during natural disasters; solar microgrids could be the key to a stormier future.
A viral video of a JetBlue passenger's mobile device spontaneously combusting made headlines last week. This may still be just the beginning of lithium-related explosions.
The International Seabed Authority meets this week in Jamaica to discuss allowing the beginning of large-scale deep sea mining.
French President Emmanuel Macron toured Central Asia this week, as his country seeks to secure future sources of fueling France's massive nuclear program.
Newly elected president Daniel Noboa will manage the end of oil extraction amidst dueling political and security crises. Will Ecuador be able to build a post-oil economy?
Danish renewable energy company Ørsted posted substantial losses in their financial statement for the first nine months of 2023.
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.
By replacing natural gas with biogas and biomethane and gradually increasing their consumption to 20%, India can cut its liquefied natural gas (LNG) import bills by $29 billion between FY2025 and FY2030, according to an IEEFA report.
Germany is discussing plans to source green hydrogen from Algeria, reducing energy dependency on Russia and working towards fulfilling EU climate objectives.
Argentina's next president will face a dizzying blend of economic challenges and opportunities.