No extra coal for the fire, no lights: maybe old Ebenezer Scrooge had it right -- environmentally speaking, at least.
Ocean waves pack so much power, in fact, that if we were able to harness all that wave energy, we'd have more than enough power to get rid of fossil fuels.
Things get out of hand when a rambunctious work elephant comes face to face with Thomas Edison's insatiable ambition.
Have you ever wondered why birds aren't electrocuted by the currents that flow through high-voltage power lines?
Renewable energy sources are cleaner and more environmentally friendly than fossil fuels. But you can't store wind or sun like you can oil or coal. Or can you?
An A Moment of Science listener wrote to us: I keep hearing about the hidden costs of fossil fuels like coal. What exactly does it mean? What are hidden costs?
Two emissions-free vehicles have made it through a tour of the world.
A few scientists in Japan made an amazing discovery after celebrating with alcohol.
A Christmas tree in Tokyo is being lit in a very unconventional way!
Have you heard about the great solar energy enthusiast, Auguste Mouchot?