May 21, 2013 | posted by The Institute
The Energy Department on Friday gave Freeport LNG conditional approval to broadly export domestically harvested natural gas
April 30, 2013 | posted by The Institute
An almost 20-megawatt solar installation at the Dos Rios Water Recycling Center has catapulted San Antonio, Texas to the no.1 spot in the state for solar. The city is ahead of the rest of Texas with a total of 34.2 megawatts of installed solar, said CPS Energy spokesman John Moreno.
April 16, 2013 | posted by The Institute
At $28 billion in 2012, the Eagle Ford Shale is the most invested-in oilfield in the world. San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, who attended the presentation and panel moderated by SAEDF Chairman Henry Cisneros, called the results of the study great news for San Antonio, the regional headquarters for Eagle Ford activity, an enviable position coveted by other communities.
March 01, 2013 | posted by The Institute
CPS Energy and Nexolon broke ground on the company’s solar panel manufacturing plant at Brooks City-Base
February 28, 2013 | posted by The Institute
Kenya boy, 13, gains fame for protecting livestock from lions using LED lights and Solar Power.
February 05, 2013 | posted by The Institute
When CPS Energy customers turn on the lights next summer, part of the power could be coming from garbage
January 28, 2013 | posted by The Institute
The United States is projected to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s top oil producer by 2020 while cutting its own energy use faster than any other nation, the International Energy Agency reports.
January 10, 2013 | posted by The Institute
Read the Community Connect Magazine article featuring the work of one of our own, Clare Cloudt, GRA of the Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute.
November 27, 2012 | posted by The Institute
Members of the Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute and UTSA’s College of Engineering are nominated for the 2012 San Antonio Business Journal Who’s Who in Energy edition.
November 15, 2012 | posted by The Institute
The shale gas revolution is firing up an old-fashioned American industrial revival