If it’s an odd-numbered year, the Texas legislature is in session. A confluence of clamor and mayhem with thousands of bills filed (more than 7,000 this session), each session has its own unique personality. Back in July 2020, State Comptroller Glen Hegar projected a $4.6 billion deficit by August 2021. But in January, Hegar reduced […]
By Joshua Rhodes, Ph.D With sunny days and afternoon temperatures pushing into the 80s, it is hard to believe that just over a month ago, Texas was in the grips of a historic freeze that broke both the natural gas and electricity systems and left millions of Texans shivering in the dark. If […]
The Texas Solar Energy Society (TXSES) announced the election of six new members to its board of directors, as well as the full slate of officers. Joining TXSES’s board of directors are Howard ‘Scot’ Arey, owner of Solar CenTex; Dr. Ariane L. Beck, Research Fellow at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University […]
The Texas Solar Energy Society (TXSES) today announced the addition of Eco El Paso to its family of local chapters across the state. “We are excited to welcome Eco El Paso as a new local TXSES chapter” said TXSES Executive Director Pete Parsons. “Under the leadership of Executive Director Shelby Ruff, Eco El Paso brings […]
Dear valued TXSES members and sponsors, In these unprecedented times when things are changing around us at incredible speed, we believe kinship is more important than ever. Staying in touch, especially now, strengthens bonds with each other and deepens our connection with community. Despite the disruption caused by COVID-19, TXSES will continue what we’ve done […]
It was a fantastic meeting at the Georgetown Library at our annual event Charlie Hemmeline with the Texas Solar Power Association gave the following presentation.