Copper consumption for data centers in North America is estimated to jump from 197,000 tonnes in 2020 to 238,000 tonnes in 2030.
Coal still leads the charge when it comes to electricity, representing 35% of global power generation.
As Europe and the EU shift away from fossil fuels, which energy sources are European countries depending on for their electricity generation?
This infographic teaches you everything you need to know about geothermal energy in less than 5 minutes.
How much do global CO₂ emissions change on a year-to-year basis? Here, we show the annual rate of change in emissions since 1900.
Wind and solar generate over a tenth of the world’s electricity. Taken together, they are the fourth-largest source of electricity, behind coal, gas, and hydro.
The current energy transition is unprecedented in both scale and speed.
Will the clean energy transition create jobs, or will jobs be lost? Here is projected employment growth in clean energy and related sectors to 2030.
Despite being the world's biggest carbon polluter, China is also the largest producer of most of the world's critical minerals for the green revolution.
Energy technologies are often mineral-intensive. This chart shows how the energy shift is creating massive demand for minerals.