A band of roaming metallurgists will visit some of Australia’s most remote schools, burning things, blowing them up and getting students excited about mineral science.

Energy labs in the US have reported a new material for generating hydrogen fuel, cutting the time and cost of the next-generation power supply.

Researchers are investigating whether coal seam gas (CSG) activity could be causing methane seeps in Queensland.

The coal industry’s digital weapon against environmentalists has launched to a flurry of online dislike, but some industry members say it is doing what it was meant to do.

A new innovation will add to the energy-saving potential of buildings, with the addition of technology to normally drab drapery.

The Federal Government has unveiled its white paper on the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), a main component of the Direct Action plan to combat climate change.

New Zealand is helping out its Pacific neighbours by supporting the construction of the region’s largest solar panel array.

Queensland’s energy provider Ergon has put out a new charter to simplify the processes of setting up new connections to the grid.

Another twist in the strange attempt to build a port in Australia, with the WA Premier saying Padbury Mining’s $6 billion plan probably won’t happen.

Mounting opposition means work will stop at the fourth nuclear power plant on Taiwan.

A company in Europe is moving closer to its goal of creating a solar-powered plane that can fly indefinitely.

Australian researchers have created a new material which prevents plastic from aging, and should be a huge boost to the energy industry.

International authorities are coming together to develop solutions to the risks in one of the world’s most dangerous workplaces.

Millions will be made after Trade Minister Andrew Robb’s visit to Abu Dhabi, signing a deal to sell Australian uranium to the United Arab Emirates.

A plan to sell one state’s power poles and cables has already prompted parties to claim a share of the hypothetical profits.

Work will soon begin on a truly immense solar power project in Pakistan, which will one day generate up to 1000 megawatts of electricity.

Federal Attorney-General George Brandis says ignoring people who deny climate science is “medieval”.

Russia has waived about $10 billion of North Korean debt in exchange for a gas pipeline through the secretive country to South Korea.

Two major oil and gas firms have reported mixed results in their latest production level figures.

Clean energy companies say the threat of changes to the renewable target scheme is spooking investors.

The Federal Environment minister has given his support for coal as an energy source, saying it will provide power for “decades and decades” to come.

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