Congo Waits on Funding for Largest Hydropower Project

Congo Waits on Funding for Largest Hydropower Project

  • Published: May 25th, 2013

Dams on Congo River would generate 40,000MW of electricity, equivalent to 20 large nuclear plants.

Countries in Asia Cutting Carbon Faster than Europe

  • Published: Mar 31st, 2013

China is making faster progress than Germany & UK toward being competitive in a low-carbon world.

New Process May Make Renewable Energy Reliable at Last

  • Published: Mar 28th, 2013

A new discovery may offer a solution to the limits of wind and solar energy, using hydrogen as a storage mechanism.

Africa’s Energy ‘Can Drive its Growth,’ Say Researchers

  • Published: Mar 24th, 2013

Paying Africa’s people to produce all the renewable energy they can would give them a huge economic boost.

Solar Forecasts Could Help Electric Utilities and Climate

  • Published: Feb 26th, 2013

Solar forecasts could help electric utilities tap into solar power as a non-polluting, climate-friendly alternative.

EU’s Attempt to Curb Carbon Emissions Limps On

  • Published: Feb 23rd, 2013

EU’s attempt to give carbon a value to encourage industry to cut greenhouse emissions has been given a reprieve.

Nuclear Power Cannot Compete with Cheap Shale Gas

  • Published: Feb 19th, 2013

Nuclear power stations are closing because they can't compete with cheap power from shale gas.

In Short Run, Obama Can Bypass Congress on Climate

  • Published: Feb 6th, 2013

A new report finds that the White House can meet its near-term emissions goals without relying on Congress.