Texas is working hard to secure a footing beyond fossil fuels and its status as a petroleum powerhouse. While it already generates more wind energy than any other U.S. state, the mighty air that lashes its high plains will soon power a novel process: the production of vehicle fuel from water.

Media Outlet: San Antonio Express-News
Featured Facuty: Hugh Daigle

Use of various mitigation techniques for natural gas fired electricity may hold key.

Media Outlet: McGill Newsroom
Featured Faculty: Arvind Ravikumar

The price of oil has gone from $120 a barrel in the summer down to just about $75 now. The reason? Turns out, there are lots of them.

Media Outlet: NPR’s Marketplace
Featured Faculty: Hugh Daigle

The tremor started in an area that regulators watch closely.

Media Outlet: Texas Standard
Featured Faculty: Hugh Daigle

No, the U.S. can’t claim the “cleanest energy” title just yet. But the tools to achieve it are within reach.

Media Outlet: Houston Chronicle
Featured Faculty: Arvind Ravikumar

Batteries and renewable energy alone can’t decarbonize industries, and recent proposals for a “hydrogen economy” could bridge those gaps.

Media Outlet: Wired
Featured Faculty: Arvind Ravikumar

Media Outlet: NPR's Marketplace
Featured Faculty: Hugh Daigle

Media Outlet: Nature Energy
Featured Faculty: Arvind Ravikumar

Media Outlet: EnergyWire
Featured Faculty: Hugh Daigle

Media Outlet: Austin American-Statesman
Featured Faculty: Hugh Daigle and Arvind Ravikumar