Wind and solar generate over a tenth of the world’s electricity. Taken together, they are the fourth-largest source of electricity,...
The gold-to-silver ratio used to define the value of currencies and still remains an important metric for metals investors today.
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The world’s material consumption is expected to grow from 41 billion tonnes in 2010 to about 89 billion tonnes by 2050. This graphic shows the impact...
Wind energy is the largest source of renewable electricity in North America. This graphic maps U.S. states by wind electricity generation.
Batteries accounted for 74% of lithium consumption in 2021, up from 23% in 2010.
The current energy transition is unprecedented in both scale and speed.
As more solar power is introduced into our grids, operators are dealing with a new problem that can be visualized as the 'duck curve.'
Where will the world's next megacities be by 2030?
Explore North America's crude oil pipelines and refineries across the U.S. and Canada in our interactive map.
The EU's energy dependency has become a major issue amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine. See what the data says in this infographic.