Most Texans believe in global warming, but many are skeptical that the phenomenon, if happening, is mostly caused by human activity.
Texas policymakers searching for ways to curb energy use across their rapidly growing state might want to examine efforts in their capital city.
Texas is currently examining how to best implement high speed train service there, sparking a bit of a turf war in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Towns in Texas are seeing local resistance to smart meters, sometimes resulting in elected official recalls and city charter changes.
Google’s self driving Prius shows up in Texas even as laws there are unprepared for roads filled with vehicles that drive themselves.
Renewable energy advocates in the Lone Star State are bracing to defend critical policies that have helped Texas become the leading wind-power state.
The Texas Tribune reports on how Texas state lawmakers are looking to raise money for road construction in part through EV fees.
The Texas Tribune takes a look at how a growing number of Texans are wanting nothing to do with smart meters.
The Texas Tribune reports on how Austin, Texas, despite being a green hub, is still also a growing oil and gas one as well.
The Texas Tribune reports on how a recent Texas Senate committee heard sometimes emotional testimony about smart electric meter installations.
The Texas Tribune reports on how implications for the Lone Star State’s growing wind industry could be staggering if Congress doesn’t renew the wind production tax credit.