2.2.22 Go Green, Save Green Energy Guide and other online tools will help Texans save money on residential energy costs
2.2.22 Opciones ecológicas y ahorro: Guía de energía residencial de Texas y otras herramientas en línea ayudarán a los residentes de Texas a ahorrar en sus costes energéticos
8.24.21 Energy Well Texas on Marketplace
BLOGS and PODCASTS
4.11.2022 Blog - Helping the Houston Area Get Powered for Good
Last year, we piloted Energy Well Texas, a renewable retail electricity provider. Pilot participants received low-cost renewable energy and micro-solar+storage units—assets that were very helpful during the power outages caused by Winter Storm Uri. Energy Well Texas aims to be a community-owned product and is on its way to becoming a retail electric product available to all Texans. The Powered for Good team also produced energy education materials for residents to understand their energy bill and access other renewable energy solutions. With this initial momentum, the Powered for Good team has continued to push for increased access to solar+storage throughout the Houston area...
10.26.2021 Blog - Powered for Good: Increasing Access to Solar+Storage Products for Low-Income Residents of Texas
Affordable, clean energy will be a driving force in our transition to a low carbon future. We already have many ways to get clean energy in our homes from our roofs to shared solar to our energy bills. Millions of Texans in the state’s competitive electricity market choose their own power provider, and today have multiple choices to get 100% clean energy from their provider to their homes without any extra work. However, the structure of the competitive electric market today means that low-income Texans often pay unnecessarily high energy costs for no added benefit. Read more...
4.15.2021 Blog - Getting Solar+Storage to Scale: How affordable, clean, and resilient energy solutions are being made more accessible in Texas
Emerging technologies such as solar+storage (S+S) systems allow utilities and their customers to generate, consume, and store their own solar energy that can be used later when the sun doesn’t shine or for resilience in the event of power outages. Even with prices for renewables and S+S systems continuing to come down, we still see a lack of access to capital to acquire this technology, especially for low income communities. Read more...
3.26.2021 Energy Crossroads Podcast, Featuring Greg Rosen
There is never a dull day in the energy markets! This discussion explores the need to scale up renewable finance strategies to correspond to the increase in private financing for clean energy, such as wind and solar, and energy efficiency projects. Listen below...