But this weird propulsion idea isn't dead yet.
Can you count to 100 decillion?
The Akademik Lomonosov will soon be powering 100,000 residents on Russia's east coast.
A vanishingly small portion of new power plants built so far this year rely on fossil fuels.
The barrels contain material likely from nuclear weapons production.
The Swedish Air Force is concerned that turbines could get in the way of operations.
There are no reported injuries.
There is a catch, of course
In what had become a cliché, fusion would forever haunt a distant horizon. That seems to be changing, finally
It would be capable of producing 200 gigawatts of power.
Nanowire nuclear fusion is highly efficient, opening up avenues for materials science and particle physics research.
A new superconducting material and ridiculously powerful magnets are potentially the key to a power revolution.
It blows past the average states for other offshore wind farms. At least so far.
Not a perfect year for wind and solar, but a better year than coal had.
A recent report finds that renewable sources supply 18 percent of U.S. energy, the highest figure ever.
If everything goes according to plan, anyway.
An analysis by researchers at Michigan Tech found that solar farms are more profitable than tobacco farms.
The Wild Horse Wind Farm in Washington protects 11,000 acres and powers 63,000 homes. And man, they love what they do.
Elon Musk's company will begin selling solar panels and battery packs at the home improvement warehouse later this year.
A new tariff taxes foreign solar panels, and will likely hurt, not help, the American solar industry.
All coal plants in the country will likely be replaced by renewable sources or nuclear reactors.
The move could delay construction of new solar farms in the country.
The first solar roof tiles are headed to Tesla customers.
The solar road has been open less than a week, and authorities have no idea who the thief is.