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Family completes first cross-country Tesla Model S drive using free energy

Family completes first cross-country Tesla Model S drive using free energy

January 30, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Range anxiety has been a hot topic when it comes to electric vehicles. Tesla has fought hard to convince skeptics that EVs remain a viable option for everyone, not just for those that never leave the confines of their hometown.


In Texas, Wind Nears 10% of Electricity

In Texas, Wind Nears 10% of Electricity

January 28, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Wind power generation in Texas continued its steady upward march in 2013, and it’s now on the doorstop of 10 percent of the state’s electricity supply.


Why CNG doesn’t work for Daseke’s trucking empire

Why CNG doesn’t work for Daseke’s trucking empire

January 21, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Compressed natural gas still hasn’t sparked interest from long-haul truck fleets and it’s not just because of a dearth of fueling stations.


Bexar County Electric Vehicle User Survey

Bexar County Electric Vehicle User Survey

January 20, 2014 | posted by The Institute

The Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute is conducting an electric vehicle driver behavior survey on behalf of CPS Energy


The Institute Is Now Hiring

The Institute Is Now Hiring

January 14, 2014 | posted by The Institute

The Institute is looking for Graduate Students interested in pursuing research in sustainable energy


Wind power was Spain’s top source of electricity in 2013

Wind power was Spain’s top source of electricity in 2013

January 09, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Remarkable new figures from Spain’s grid operator have revealed that greenhouse gas emissions from the country’s power sector are likely to have fallen 23.1% last year, as power generation from wind farms and hydroelectric plants soared.


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