The former president said the U.S. had the "greatest economy in the history of the world" before the Democrats "destroyed it."
"We have a chance here to make a fundamental turn toward renewable energy, electric vehicles, and not just electric vehicles but across the board," Biden said.
Finding ways to addressing the green paradox is essential if we wish to be as sustainable and environment friendly as we purport ourselves to be.
It is Mike Cannon-Brookes' goal to use technology and investment to replace ageing coal dependency.
The clinical psychologist told the podcaster the world had to ensure that people from lower-income backgrounds can also change habits in order to make the planet sustainable.
The Tesla founder has condemned the proposal to cut incentives for those who have solar roofs installed.
Kosovo agreed to rent Denmark 300 of its prison cells in return for funds to help build a green energy system to replace its coal use.
Government officials signed a pledge Wednesday that the newest green-friendly transportation technology would be tested in American national parks.
Greta Thunberg warned of a "tsunami of greenwashing" to frame the deal as "a step in the right direction."
Forty percent of Washington's state-owned light-duty vehicles will be electric-powered by 2025.
The West Virginia senator accused his fellow Democrat of "just speculating and saying things" during a Sunday interview.
Louisiana attorney general Jeff Landry has accused President Joe Biden of "a reckless abuse of presidential power."
Widespread power outages left 4 million Texas residents without power or heat during freezing temperatures.
A bout of extremely cold weather affecting vast swathes of the United States has left millions of people without power in Texas.
More than 4 million Texas residents were left without power in a state largely dependent on oil and gas.
Electric cars are coming at us fast.
The economic devastation of coronavirus has provided the perfect opportunity for states to end energy policy cronyism.
We're being told to choose between mass unemployment and a massive fatality rate. But we shouldn't fall back when there is the opportunity for moving forward.
The prospect of a future without fossil fuels—previewed last week by the drop in demand caused by the global coronavirus pandemic—will require Gulf countries to change not just their economies, but the very basis of their social contracts.
A new scientific paper suggests that hydrogen fuel cells, able to convert chemical energy to electrical energy, could soon be used to power "aircraft, vehicles and portable devices."
It is time to start investing, America. The cleantech revolution is here for the taking.
Ben van Beurden still sees fossil fuels as the company's future, despite concerns over climate change.
Just ten years ago, steps towards cleaner energy could have been easily dismissed as greenwashing – polluters' corporate PR. Not today: Key Russian exporters are keen to make themselves indispensable for Europe's green future.
The private and public sectors must work together to develop the breakthrough technologies needed for a clean energy transition. Putting a price on carbon is needed because demand drives innovation.
A new material could make fuel cells less expensive and is so thin it could be used for structural parts of the car, too.
National Grid will issue emergency instructions to generators to "power off" plants.
By killing the desert, we save those parts of the world that are not desert—a battle of competing visions that Death Valley Jim is fighting.
In a private report, distributed to clients analysts warn investors of stranded assets.