Texas Leads the Way in Wind Power

In 2019, wind-powered generation contributed 84,400 GWh of electricity in Texas, an 11% increase from the 75,700 GWh generated [...]

City of Houston Commits to 100% Renewable Electricity

The City is Estimated to See a $9.3 Million Reduction in its Annual Electricity Bill and an Estimated Total [...]

Texas’ Power Price Spike and Designing Markets for a Carbon-Free Grid

The Texas power market is designed to play chicken with blackouts. Is the model sustainable in a high-renewables system? [...]

As Trump Bows Out, States Set to Fill Void on Climate Change

As President Donald Trump scales down federal efforts to combat climate change, states are ramping up. California’s Air Resources [...]

Texas Should Get Its Head in the New Solar Market Game

What would a world powered by clean, low-water energy look like? If you visit Israel’s southern region, you don’t [...]

Proposed Texas State Legislation Could Change Renewable Energy

Proposed legislation could end a Texas mandate for the renewable power industry. The state of Texas leads the nation [...]

Texas Senator Seeks to Dismantle What He Helped Create: The Renewable Portfolio Standard

Sen. Troy Fraser (R-Horseshoe Bay) has filed a bill that would eliminate Texas’ Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) – a [...]

Big energy states meet to discuss the future of energy policy

A group of states responsible for almost a third of the domestic energy production have joined forces to assert [...]

Renewable energy push in Texas

A pair of state lawmakers have filed the first bills of the 2011 session aimed at keeping Texas at [...]