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What’s it like to install a heat pump? | Johanna Neumann

Here’s the play by play of my journey to install a heat pump heating/cooling system in our cottage.

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Report | Environment Texas Research and Policy Center

Safe for Swimming?

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News Release | Environment Texas

More problems for Texas’ electric grid could mean long, hot summer

AUSTIN - Four months after widespread power outages shut down Texas, the state’s Electric Reliability Council (ERCOT) is asking Texans to conserve power with temperatures in the 90s -- or even higher -- this week. This call for individual action comes after state lawmakers largely failed to invest in conservation, efficiency, and renewable energy during the just-completed 2021 legislative session.

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Progress Report: President Biden’s First 100 Days | Lisa Frank

Our new progress report finds that despite the need to rebuild many federal agencies and tackle the COVID-19 crisis, the Biden administration has already taken numerous steps to restore environmental protections.

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Report | Environment Texas Research and Policy Center

Cleaner, Cheaper Power for Texas Communities

Texas cities and counties can help reach their climate goals by pooling the electricity purchasing power of their residents and buying renewable electricity. Across the country, such community bulk power programs, including so-called community choice aggregation, have given a boost to clean energy while in many cases saving money for consumers. Texas cities and counties should follow suit.

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