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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.”


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.


SA Tomorrow Kick-Off Event

SA Tomorrow Kick-Off Event

March 30, 2015 | posted by The Institute

April 11, 2015, SA Tomorrow will host their kick-off event, with activities and entertainment!


UTSA Engineers team up with The Marriott to improve the hotels energy efficiency

UTSA Engineers team up with The Marriott to improve the hotels energy efficiency

March 05, 2015 | posted by The Institute

UTSA will help Marriott improve its hotels’ ability to collect and analyze utility data in real-time and in turn make immediate energy-saving adjustments on-site.


Summer Energy Bill Woes: Do You Know WATTs Up?

Summer Energy Bill Woes: Do You Know WATTs Up?

July 22, 2014 | posted by The Institute

How to keep your Apartment Cool this Summer without Losing your Shirt


International Partnerships

International Partnerships

July 21, 2014 | posted by The Institute

The Institute has established new international partnerships with the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network and the Universidad de La Laguna in Tenerife, Spain.


TSERI doctoral researcher heads to Papua New Guinea

TSERI doctoral researcher heads to Papua New Guinea

June 27, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Meet Jason Roberts. This environmental anthropology doctoral student who works with Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute will be traveling over 8,000 miles as he takes his studies to Papua New Guinea for 14 months, starting August 2014.


College of Architecture Outstanding Graduate Student: Dennise Castillo

College of Architecture Outstanding Graduate Student: Dennise Castillo

May 15, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Dennise Castillo is the recipient of the 2013-14 College of Architecture Most Outstanding Graduate Student award at UTSA.


Winter Energy Bill Woes: Do You Know WATTs Up?

Winter Energy Bill Woes: Do You Know WATTs Up?

February 14, 2014 | posted by The Institute

As we trudge into a brisk February, most of us have probably already received our utility bills for December and January.


NSF $400K grant supports UTSA wind energy research

NSF $400K grant supports UTSA wind energy research

February 03, 2014 | posted by The Institute

Although wind resources in the United States are abundant, the cost of generating wind energy is still prohibitively expensive when compared to natural gas and fossil fuels.


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