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Are swimming pools both water and energy hogs?

Are swimming pools both water and energy hogs?

January 25, 2016 | posted by The Institute

CPS recognizes research on swimming pool energy consumption


Cultural Immersion in a Different Environment

Cultural Immersion in a Different Environment

January 19, 2016 | posted by The Institute

Professor Ricardo Guerrero’s students will conduct their professional practices in the United States, Germany, and Austria.


Texas keeps getting greener: Solar power, like wind a decade ago, is about to soar

Texas keeps getting greener: Solar power, like wind a decade ago, is about to soar

January 07, 2016 | posted by The Institute

Solar Power generation in Texas is projected to grow six-fold this year. (CPS Energy)


Africa plans renewable energy drive that could make continent world’s cleanest

Africa plans renewable energy drive that could make continent world’s cleanest

December 07, 2015 | posted by The Institute

African Renewable Energy Initiative(Arei) plans to make Africa the cleanest continent in the world.


Professor recognized on UTSA Today

Professor recognized on UTSA Today

December 03, 2015 | posted by The Institute

Afamia Elnakat gets recognized for her research on the energy costs of having a swimming pool


Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy 2015 Program

Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy 2015 Program

September 28, 2015 | posted by The Institute

Graduate Research Assistant, Marzieh Jafary, travels to the University of Illinois in Chicago to attend the Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy 2015 Program.


UTSA professor helps manage San Antonio’s growth

UTSA professor helps manage San Antonio’s growth

June 04, 2015 | posted by The Institute

As the city of San Antonio grows, SA Tomorrow has a plan to help guide the city of San Antonio to preserves social, economic, and environmental resources for the betterment of the city.


Sustainability study shows that women consume more energy

Sustainability study shows that women consume more energy

May 27, 2015 | posted by The Institute

Studies have shown that household with more women consume about 54% more power than households with more men. “It’s not to point fingers, It’s to empower women’s participation in energy decisions.”


Can Block Island Unblock US Offshore Wind Power?

Can Block Island Unblock US Offshore Wind Power?

April 29, 2015 | posted by The Institute

18 miles from mainland Rhode Island, Deepwater Wind’s Block Island project is under construction. Will be the first offshore wind farm in the United States.


UTSA forecasting model used by U.S. Department of Energy and major utility companies

UTSA forecasting model used by U.S. Department of Energy and major utility companies

March 30, 2015 | posted by The Institute

TSERI Creates forecast model that is now being used by the U.S Department of Energy and other major utility companies.


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