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.
How is the renewable energy shift unfolding? This exploration highlights the market and governmental forces in action.
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.
The empirical data on which energy source has led to the fewest human deaths may not be the one you expect.
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?
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.