Geologists aim to tap reservoir in tunnels under GlasgowScientists are finalising plans to exploit the vast reservoir of warm water that fills a labyrinth of disused mines and porous rock layers underneath Glasgow...
In Germany, scientists are using drones equipped with sensors to locate metals needed for wind turbines and solar panels
After a series of set backs the international project is back on track, say scientists, giving tentative hope for a major new source of clean power by 2025
Readers share their thoughts on electricity generation, cars, cycling, trains and garden citiesGeorge Monbiot makes some useful points in his article bemoaning the influence of the lobbying power of the motor industry (We...
The tech giant and a leading US fusion company develop a new computer algorithm that significantly speeds up progress towards clean, limitless energy
UK to pioneer energy innovation through batteries in homes as energy department announces £246m research funding
Lords scold government for lack of progress on small modular reactors plan, warning UK nuclear sector will suffer if firms walk away
Trump’s anti-science budget, anti-climate executive orders, and general disdain for scientific expertise come at a bad time
Scientists hope experiment, which can generate temperatures of around 3,500C, will help to develop carbon-neutral fuel
Climate change denial and energy conspiracy are high on the president’s agenda, but US scientists are fighting backEver since Donald Trump became US president, certain sectors of American society have felt particularly...
Leaving Euratom treaty will shut down nuclear industry if international safety agreements are not made in time, MPs told
Thirty years on from one of the worst radiation leaks in history, several countries have moved to phase out nuclear energy production altogether, and experts say another accident would kill the industry
UK Committee on Climate Change says Holyrood should aim to reduce greenhouse gases by 61% over next 14 years
Successful trial at a pilot plant in China using bacteria to convert exhaust emissions to oil will now be tested at a larger scale
An MIT lab has produced a device the size of a stamp that harvests energy from bending movements. Commercialising it could be a breakthrough for wearables
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