Texas could generate up to 35 gigawatts of electricity from renewables—and it might have to, given its slim reserves.
Renewable energy advocates in the Lone Star State are bracing to defend critical policies that have helped Texas become the leading wind-power state.
Wind’s growing role as a U.S. electricity producer is made clear by a spate of record-setting performance in three disparate states.
Environmental Defense Fund takes a look at a report out of Texas suggesting wind and solar are more competitive than natural gas over the next 20 years.
The 161-megawatt Spinning Spur wind farm on the Texas panhandle becomes Google’s latest clean energy investment, putting it past the $1 billion mark.
Texas sets a wind power output record (again), hitting 8,638 megawatts on Christmas Day.
The Texas Tribune takes a look at how a growing number of Texans are wanting nothing to do with smart meters.