The US Has Allegedly Placed Malware Deep in Russia’s Power Grid

The U.S. has deployed “American computer code” into Russian systems operating the nation’s power grid, the New York Times reported on Saturday, as part of the Donald Trump administration’s efforts to “deploy cybertools more aggressively.” Read More >>

Research Claims Onshore Wind Could Slash UK Energy Bills by £50 a Year

Last week the government announced that it would be focusing on a pretty ambitious climate target, with the goal of reaching a net zero of harmful greenhouse emissions by the year 2050. It's a pretty lofty goal, especially when the current ruling party has been quite into pushing fracking onto the population, and it means a lot of work needs to be done. One of the key areas where Britain can do its part is with wind power, and now new research claims the government should be refocusing its efforts on onshore wind farms. Read More >>

Engineers OK Switching Our Gas Grid to Hydrogen

The Institution of Engineering and Technology has been tasked with investigating the possibility of eliminating natural gas from our heating and cooking systems, and yes, they say we could switch to hydrogen without having to dig up and replumb the nation, drastically reducing the UK's burnt-stuff output in time for 2050's net-zero carbon target date. Read More >>

SSE Closes its Last Coal Burning Generator

The bit of Warrington you see from the train may soon be up for demolition, as the town's Fiddler's Ferry coal-fired power station is to be closed by the end of next March. Read More >>

Scotland Builds Giant Super Battery

Scottish Power is about to corner a significant amount of the UK's lithium stocks, as it's preparing to build a huge battery rated to store up to 50 MW of power. Read More >>

Here’s The World’s First Water Powered Tesla

While some might argue that solar power is a pretty clean energy source, this gentleman decided to take things to the next level. Read More >>

The Government Faces Backlash After Free Solar Panel Scheme Ends and Installations Drop

Following a 94 per cent drop in the number of domestic installations of solar panels last month, the Labour Party is accusing the government of killing off the industry by axing subsidies. Read More >>

The World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm Just Came Online off the Coast of Grimsby

The UK is quickly becoming the epicentre of the offshore wind industry. Point in case: On Monday, the first part of the world’s largest and furthest offshore wind farm came online. Read More >>

Natural Gas is Now Called ‘Freedom Gas,’ According to the US Department of Energy

Jingoistic nationalism and promoting fossil fuels go hand in hand for the Trump administration. But the Department of Energy took that connection to a new level on Tuesday with a press release touting natural gas as “freedom gas” full of – I feel stupid even typing this – “molecules of U.S. freedom.” Which I guess means we now definitively know the cost of freedom: According to the global market, it’s $2.64 per million BTUs as of Wednesday late morning. Read More >>

Even Under a Coal-Loving Leader, Australia Is Leading the Charge for Renewables

In Australia, record-breaking rooftop solar installations are helping the country increase its renewable energy generation. By 2030, renewables could make up more than half the electricity generated in the land down under, according to an analysis out Wednesday from a team of researchers. Read More >>

Glasgow Aims for Net-Zero by 2045

Net-zero is the new ULEZ in urban planning terms, and it's what Glasgow and backer Scottish Power is hoping to achieve by 2045 – a neutral impact on the world via offsetting and replacing all polluting sources with green energies. Read More >>

As World Burns, Clean Energy Growth Stalls for First Time in Nearly Two Decades

We need a lot more clean energy. And the world is not installing it fast enough. Read More >>

It Was Another Bad Weekend for the Coal Merchants

Hot on the heels of the last bit of warm weather we had came another bit of warm weather this weekend, but this is not a retrospective weather forecast. It's your regular update on the state of coal-fired power generation in the UK, which hit a new record low over the bank holiday. Read More >>

The Dirty Truth About Green Batteries

If we’re going to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, we’ll need an energy revolution. Specifically, we need to replace our dirty, fossil fuel-based grids and dirty, fossil fuel-powered vehicles with clean, carbon-free grids, and electric vehicles that charge off them. But there’s a big problem. Read More >>

The Mad Science Plan to Power the World With Poo

Most people don’t give a second thought to the poo they flush away. But perhaps they should, because the energy contained within our repellent remains is impressive. Read More >>