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Part of the problem is the difficulty of extending the central grid to remote areas. The key seems to be decentralised solutions involving renewable resources.
A study finds that a regular diet of junk food affects the part of your brain that controls appetite.
Universiti Teknologi Petronas scientists are developing windows that can harvest solar energy and power our homes. The source of their inspiration? Plant photosynthesis.
The number of atomic reactors has declined since 2002, but may be set to rise again.
Whether at household operations or at industrial facilities, a centuries-old technology is increasingly being used to extract energy from crop waste, kitchen scraps and sewage.
The urbanisation process has a strong impact on a city’s energy use – and on global consumption patterns, too.