A new, info-packed game to learn how to reduce waste, save energy and food at home
Dan Brown's Robert Langdon stories, such as Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code seem to come to life in this 19th-century church in Barcelona.
How Plumen’s iconic designer lightbulb is changing the world... again.
The aim is to reduce the carbon footprint from halogen lightbulbs.
This hotel will produce more energy than it consumes.
It was a huge PR stunt on Twitter, that turned into a reality, that solved a huge problem. And now it’s making money
EU signs off on massive Franco-Spanish power link
Technology that could save money and energy is being trialled near Oslo.
Germany is playing host to the UN climate confernce this time round.
But the country still relies on coal for up to half of its electricity
The Cop 23 meets in Bonn as protesters angrilyl demand faster change to tackle the climate crisis.
Replacing gasoline and diesel with hydrogen is one of the answers to reducing CO2 emissions.
The environment is the biggest fashion victim of them all says TV report claiming big retailers burn unsold clothes
The Global Energy Prize Summit 2017 takes place at the Euronews headquarters in Lyon, France. It will unite the Global Energy Prize laureates
The European Union has imposed sanctions on three more Russians, including Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Cherezov, over the delivery of Siemens' turbines to Moscow-annexed Crimea.
The Astana Expo 2017 has opened with a spectacular ceremony.
The event, under the theme of Future Energy takes place between June 10 and September
Michael Graetzel, a leader in the field of renewable energy, has been awarded the 15th Global Energy Prize.
Much of Graetzel’s work has
Cargo vessels are considered a relatively green mode of transport.
Though solar availability is scarce in this Nordic country of 5.6 million, Denmark has become a leader in combined heat and electric generation.
After failing to undo Obamacare, US President Donald Trump has started to roll back most of his predecessor’s climate change legacy.
GRONINGEN – Around the world earthquakes cause disaster and force economies into downfall.
Consumers across Europe could be paying over the odds for electricity, according to a Dutch study that reveals some electricity meters can give readings as much as 582 percent too…
By Dirk Vansintjan, President, REScoop
In its recently released Clean Energy Package, the European Commission finally acknowledged that energy
As the cold weather stretches the electricity supply in France, some unexpected advice is being offered.
It is notoriously difficult for students to find affordable housing.
The European Commission has unveiled its big power plan, aiming to slash energy use in the bloc by 30 percent by 2030.
Air quality in cities is getting worse according to a recent UN report which says pollution leads to the deaths of more children every year than malaria and HIV/AIDS…