The Latin American solar revolution is a great opportunity to adopt environmental policies that include the water-energy nexus
These new sustainable power supply systems are helping us to develop technologies that are more reliable and efficient than ever.
The autonomous boat was launched on June 1 and aims to complete a solar journey across the Atlantic.
Two decades after Balbina dam's floods, Brazil's Sunlition plans to boost energy generation in the region through 50,000 square meters of floating solar panels. The project is expected to be finished in 2017 and provide energy for 540,00 homes.
In 2016 the renewable energy future came closer as installing a new solar panel is cheaper than the comparable investment in coal, natural gas or other options.
Solar is providing more jobs in the United States than the oil rigs and gas fields combined. The industry's added 35,...
Swiss Andre Borschberg, one of the two pilots of the Solar Impulse II, a solar-powered plane that is making a trip around the world, said that the technology applied in the aircraft should be used in cities.
The project which began in 2002 and has an estimated cost off $100 million is highlighting the importance of renewable sources of energy.
The solar powered airplane has arrived in Abu Dhabi after a round the world trip.
60% of its power will be coming from renewable energy sources.
The city located three hours away from Miami, has an area of solar panels equivalent to 200 soccer fields
The seventh art goes environmental with the first cinema fed by solar energy in Latin America.
Since March 2014 the country's eolic and solar energy projects have increased a 108% and have the capacity of 4,051MW.
The country has so much solar energy it gave it away.
Uruguay, Brazil and Paraguay source most of their electricity needs from renewables, which is mostly hydroelectric power. In terms of solar, Chile is king.
International renewable energy companies are interested in producing clean energy for the South American country