How is the country's energy generated, and how is it consumed? This nifty Sankey diagram shows U.S. energy consumption in a simple and understandable way.
Renewable energy is set to fuel a new era of copper demand - here's how much copper is used in green applications from EVs to photovoltaics.
In 2016, more net capacity was added for clean energy than all other types combined. Who's adding renewable capacity, and how much are they investing?
The Great American Eclipse will stretch over 12 states, and it’s being called the greatest temporary mass migration to see a natural event in U.S. history.
Forecasting the future of energy is not an easy task. These charts show how the experts have fared at forecasting solar over recent decades.
Ever wonder how solar panels work to generate electricity? This animated infographic explains the science behind it, making it easy to understand for anyone.
This infographic shows the many technological advances made throughout the history of solar energy - going all the way back to the Neolithic Era in China.
Nearly 100 GW of new power coming online is from solar and wind, making up 36% of new electrical capacity being added in these jurisdictions.
How is U.S. energy consumption shifting? This week's chart looks at the rate of change in the use of different energy sources, including future projections.