Engaging students in measures to reduce energy use proves as valuable as the financial savings.
A battery system to store energy from photovoltaics reaches UK domestic market after success in Germany.
A new circuit breaker design for high-voltage direct current means supergrids connecting resources on a global scale will be more efficient and reliable.
A new solar cell design leaves out elements at risk of depletion, such as indium, in favour of copper, zinc, tin and sulphur.
For four hundred million Indians, decentralised energy makes sense today, says the founder of the sustainable energy social enterprise, SELCO.
Algae feed off wastewater and carbon dioxide to produce biomass for fuel, fertiliser and feed in floating 'photobioreactors'.
Discarded cosmetic packages littering Indian villages are being collected for reuse as a new source of fuel.
A new fund in Tatartsan focuses investment on batteries for electric cars and biofuels.
Micro-scale biomass and solar grids are taking off in India, where the mains fails to meet growing demand.
A Pacific island nation has made history by drawing 100% of its energy from the sun.
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