A Capacity Market Report - IEEFA
A Strategic Market - Tom "Smitty" Smith
Texas Power Alternatives
Public Citizen has developed several fact sheets on energy efficiency, renewable energy and combined heating and power (CHP) for use by cities working to develop alternatives to building more carbon intensive power generation plants.
- Coal Plants and the Wealth of Cities
- Building Codes and Energy Efficiency
- Renewable Energy
- Combined Heating and Power (CHP)
- Energy Efficiency and DFW
Renewable Energy Publications
Texas Electric Providers NetMetering Policies
This past summer, interns in Public Citizen‘s Texas office were busy calling utility companies (including rural electric cooperatives and municipally owned utilities) to find out what their policies were on net-metering.
Solar Power's Job Creation Potential in Texas
Texas environmental organizations released a study on February 2, 2009 on solar power's job creation and energy savings potential in Texas.
An Essential Component for a Successful Renewable Energy Future
An Energy Storage Standard for Texas Will Save Money and Stop Pollution
A recent study put together by Public Citizen Texas consultants demonstrates that wind power provides the following benefits to Texans
Nolan County, Texas has become a remarkable example of how quickly and effectively renewable energy development can revitalize rural America. Starting with a single wind project in 2001, this single county’s 2,500 MW now outpaces the total wind capacity of any other states and all but 5 countries. An assessment of benefits based on extensive field surveys reveals:
Energy Efficiency Publications
A workshop jointly sponsored by Public Citizen, with the Texas Energy Efficiency Partnership, and the Electrical Utility Marketing Managers of Texas (EUMMOT), September 13, 2007
An Alternative Path to Meet Electric Needs in Texas, A Report by Optimal Energy, January 2007