Look around. Somehow we magically can't seem to bridge the gap between what we all know science and technology can accomplish these days and what people can actually have in real life. Why is that?
Following Shell's withdrawal from its Arctic drilling program, the state of Alaska is now in an even worse position economically, with only extreme and controversial solutions ahead…
According to Jefferies analyst Dan Dolev, Tesla could lower battery costs substantially by changing cell chemistry and from economies of scale that will come with the completion of the Gigafactory.
Unlike solid-electrode batteries, flow batteries store energy in liquids contained in external tanks (seen here in red and green), similar to fuel cells
The global oil glut may soon expand to the ocean.
Entrepreneur Richard Branson outlined a vision of the world powered by renewable energy and said it would be "pretty dreadful" if a forthcoming UN climate summit is not a success.
The first Human base on Mars will most likely run on nuclear power. The Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator aboard the Curioisity rover is too small to generate the power needed to sustain the lives of many explorers.
Dari program National Discovery 'Big Bigger Biggest', perkembangan teknologi offshore oil platform (anjungan lepas pantai).
It seems as if the age of the bench-top breakthrough in rocket science is not a thing of the past.
Wind power was so plentiful in Texas that producers sold it at a negative price. What?
Aspen, Colorado will be running on 100% sustainable energy after 2015, an 84% increase from 2014.
For many years, U.S shale gas production has been on the rise, but the ongoing oil price slump and the fact that gas is often a side product from oil drilling has put an end to the natural gas boom
Villages in Kenya, Africa are lighting up their houses in sustainable fashion thanks to women from the Maasai tribe - a semi-nomadic tribe in East Africa - and Green Energy Africa.
Bank says prices could go to $20 a barrel
With the continued rise in the uptake of solar cells, consumers are now looking at less obtrusive ways to incorporate these in buildings and vehicles.
Not only is there too much supply, but demand for oil has been sluggish.
A powerful combination of forces, starting with the massive United States shale oil boom, cheap gas prices and the Iranian nuclear deal is propelling this move much quicker than anybody expected.
Renewable energy and batteries go hand and hand. Renewable energy sources need batteries to store the energy generated so that it can be used continuously instead of just only when the sun is shining or wind is blowing.
US consumers and businesses burn through a huge amount of energy resources.
As solar power starts to gather more momentum than ever with production increasing, installation costs falling and government funding providing incentives for many, it is having a wider effect on regional, national and international economies.
The North Sea and Nigeria will ship the most crude in more than three years in October, adding to downward pressure on oil prices just as demand wanes from refiners shutting down for seasonal maintenance.
Despite a long wish list, the industry is slashing lobbying spending amid the oil downturn.
A new generation of super cells promises to reshape the future of energy.
The last place oil producers want to be when prices plummet to profit-demolishing lows is midstream on a billion-dollar project in one of the costliest parts of the planet to extract crude.
While the consequences of the Iran nuclear deal for the oil markets have been discussed at great length, the reality of the situation is a lot more bullish then many think
Oil markets saw an incredible rally in the dying days of August, but the rally was based on sentiment and not fundamentals, which still begs the question – "What's next?"
Oil pared its biggest three-day rally in 25 years as speculation faded that OPEC might coordinate with other nations to restrain supply and reduce the global crude surplus.
Oil sands production has a bad reputation worldwide as being one of the dirtiest sources of crude production, but that may soon be a thing of the past
In what could be the largest natural gas discovery in history, Italian energy company Eni says it has unearthed a "supergiant" gas field in the Mediterranean Sea covering about 40 square miles.