More than 7,000 bills have been filed in the Legislature this session. 

Why HB 17 makes Texas less secure from blackouts

By | Luke Metzger
Executive Director

HB 17 will "make the state less secure from future blackouts...It has nothing to do with electric reliability and everything to do with a monopoly utility attempting to gain more state mandated profits." The bill is also bad for public health and the environment. 

Can I power my house with an electric car?

By | Luke Metzger
Executive Director

Vehicle to home technology could help keep the lights on

Congress acts to restrict powerful greenhouse gas

By | Luke Metzger
Executive Director

In some good news in the fight to keep the North Pole from melting, Congress is expected to approve a measure to reduce hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).

It’s time to shut down San Antonio's Spruce Coal Plant

By | Catherine Fraser
Clean Air Associate

A coalition of groups in San Antonio is collecting petitions to amend the city charter to force CPS Energy to shut down the plant by 2030. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Buying an Electric Car

By | Luke Metzger
Executive Director

Which EVs are available in Texas? How exactly do tax credits work? How do you charge at home? 

Austin: Vote Yes on Prop A for Transit

By | Catherine Fraser
Clean Air Associate

Light rail for Austin!

Houston’s young people are demanding a better future for themselves and for future generations because they will inherit the climate that we give them.

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