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The Netherlands must reduce carbon emissions by the end of the year, but can this be done?
Safer and more resilient technology for expanding the use of geothermal energy in Europe is being developed and tested in Iceland. A particular challenge is developing more flexible casing for the much deeper geothermal facilities typically needed on mainland Europe.
A single blade on some turbines at a wind farm in Norway has received an interesting paint job.
Raphaël Domjan parachutes off an electric plane, freefalling several hundred metres at speeds of over 150 km/h.
Globally 10% of all energy was produced by solar panels and wind turbines in the first half of 2020.
Did you know beer can be used to generate electricity?
An air source heating system absorbs heat from the outside air to heat both the house and hot water.
Could this reshape the future of green energy?
Food for the animals we eat is being made using carbon emissions captured from a power station.
The Tube is about to go green.
Bosnia and Herzegovina depends on dirty coal. Hydroelectricity generation is a cleaner, greener alternative. So why are locals protesting against the building of dams and barrages
These giant warehouses full of computers can get very warm.
It turns out shrimp shells are being used in a new, innovative way by scientists.
This construction technology could be part of a climate change solution.
Companies with innovative plans for wind farms can now bid for the multi-billion euro investment.
The team of scientists also looked at how moving to follow the sun could help solar panels to produce more energy.
Many of the top 10 green places to work were in Europe.
What is a green mortgage and why should you be investing in an energy efficient home?
A solar plant in Abu Dhabi is set to be the largest anywhere in the world, with the cheapest prices for solar power.
A new report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) provides an almost real-time view of the COVID-19 pandemic’s extraordinary impact across all major fuels
50 wind turbines will be erected in Scotland, expected to save 300,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually.
This eco-conscious getaway is the stuff of dreams. But does it count as sustainable if you have to fly to get there?