A 1.2-gigawatt offshore wind farm has been approved for the water off Yorkshire coast, England.
Of all the armed forces, the Navy has gone furthest in its push to transition away from fossil fuels.
A fuel cell charger uses saltwater and oxygen to convert chemical energy into electricity.
This week have transparent metal, high-flying balloons to generate solar power, and a gargoyle skyscraper for Manhattan.
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As global energy use rises, some nations are amping up their energy efficiency. Which ones are doing it best?
Africa has become a laboratory for new kinds of electricity microgrids, nanogrids and other systems that rely on low-cost, renewable energy sources.
The design calls for hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered pumps that would mow down algae clogging waterways and poisoning marine life.
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