As global population grows, our energy demand grows as well. Here are the largest energy sources in the world and how much electricity they generate.
Today’s interactive map shows all of the world's coal power plants, plotted by capacity and carbon emissions from 2000 until 2018.
The prices of energy, agriculture, livestock and metals tell the story of human development. Learn about the commodity super cycle in this infographic.
This interesting diagram breaks down all U.S. energy use by both source and industry, and everything that happens in between.
These four animated cartograms show the nations leading the world in fossil fuel production, in terms of oil, gas, coal, and total hydrocarbons.
This stunning animation visualizes the last nine years of U.S. electric vehicle sales. We also look at who will lead the race in the coming years.
View how the ranking of the world's largest producers of crude oil changes over a 50 year period, from the Cold War until today.
A clean energy transition is underway as wind, solar, and batteries take center stage. Here's how copper plays the critical role in these technologies.
It is counterintuitive, but electric vehicles are not possible without oil - these petrochemicals bring down the weight of cars to make EVs possible.
Cities are drivers of growth and prosperity, but also the main contributors of pollution. Can hydrogen fuel the growth of cities with clean power?