Wind and solar make up 10% of the world’s electricity. Combined, they are the fourth-largest source of electricity after coal, gas, and hydro.
Will the clean energy transition create jobs, or will jobs be lost? Here is projected employment growth in clean energy and related sectors to 2030.
As the world moves towards renewable energy technologies, copper will remain the most widely used metal. Here’s a snapshot of copper’s role in a low-carbon economy...
All energy sources have negative impacts, but some are better for the environment than others. Which energy source is the cleanest?
The cost of electricity from solar PV plants has decreased by 90% since 2009, highlighting the rapidly changing economics of electricity production.
Copper is critical for the transition to clean energy. This infographic charts the copper usage of renewable energy technologies.
This visualization highlights the growth in solar energy consumption per capita over 54 years. Which countries are leading the way?
Long known as a precious metal, silver in solar and EV technologies will redefine its role and importance to a greener economy.
How is technology changing the global energy game? Here's a look at the challenges faced by the energy industry as they plan for the needs of...