South Africa, on the sidelines of COP27 in Egypt, has signed a loan agreement with the governments of France and Germany as part of the Just Energy Transition Partnership. The money will be used to accelerate South Africa’s move from ...

Energy diversification seems to be happening on a project basis, instead of on a national level BY: FIONA DANIELS This article was originally posted on the author’s blog with the support of Climate Tracker’s Caribbean Energy Transition Journalism Fellowship, and an edited version ...

BY: CANDICE STEWART As of 2020, Jamaica’s use of renewables accounted for approximately 11 percent of its energy (6.5 percent wind; 3.5 percent hydropower; and 1 percent solar).  Solar energy being the least utilised speaks volumes, since it is the ...

The Tordaneso couple is among the thousands of households in the Philippines still without access to electricity despite efforts in recent years to improve generation and distribution, especially in rural areas.  ...

"Harnessing solar energy is good for the community because we no longer worry about electricity costs and it’s clean unlike other energy sources that endanger people’s health." ...

The 2020 oil crisis hit both Russia and Nigeria. The oil-producing countries now have an opportunity to develop more sustainable relations. ...

Activists promote solar power and legislation to create a green economy and justice in energy production ...

The Northeastern US states have a huge wind energy potential, but environmental justice advises moving ahead with caution ...

Southeast Asia is a fast-developing region, and its energy decisions are critical to the next decade’s global effort to reduce carbon-emitting fossil fuels. Yet, little is known about the specific media narratives that shape the national debates on an energy ...

Solar and wind energy is the way to go in Kenya, but shadows of corruption and land disputes don't make the road any easier ...