Say No to the Glow: Using NASA and NOAA’s Suomi NPP Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite to Model Artificial Sky Brightness

As more outdoor lighting is installed for safety and development, light pollution has become a growing problem that threatens the quality of life for humans and wildlife.

Georgia Forecast: Sunny with a Chance of Energy

Solar energy is a rapidly growing industry in the state of Georgia.

Cold conversion of food waste into renewable energy and fertilizer

Researchers from Concordia’s Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering (BCEE) in collaboration with Bio-Terre Systems Inc. are taking the fight against global warming to colder climes.

Cool roofs: beating the midday sun with a slap of white paint

Reflecting the sun saves a building’s energy but it can also affect surrounding temperatures and offset carbon emissions

Nanogrids, Microgrids, and Big Data: The Future of the Power Grid

Distributed generation and automated transactions will change how we produce and consume electricity

The economic case for wind, solar energy in Africa

While hydropower and fossil fuel power plants are favored approaches in some quarters, a new assessment has found that wind and solar can be economically and environmentally competitive options and can contribute significantly to the rising demand.

Cultivating Egypt’s Desert

This part of the eastern Sahara is very dry, but greenery has been cropping up in recent decades.

Almost 90% of new power in Europe from renewable sources in 2016

Wind energy overtakes coal as the EU’s second largest form of power capacity but concerns remain over politicians’ enthusiasm for renewables

The Full Cost of Electricity

An initiative to identify and quantify the cost of electric power generation and delivery

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Gets Set to Open

The controversial dam is nearly done, but will drought and lack of grid infrastructure lessen its impact?

Toward energy solutions for northern regions

Emphasis should be on the energy needs of companies and communities rather than locally available resources

Chernobyl disaster site enclosed by shelter to prevent radiation leaks

Reactor number four at Chernobyl, the scene of the worst nuclear accident in history, has been fully enclosed by a vast steel shelter designed to prevent radiation leaks from the site.