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Vicious to virtuous: Unlocking the potential of residential solar in India LBJ in the News
Agent-Based Modelling Key To Energy Demand LBJ in the News
Foreign suppliers maintain ties as crude sales to US fall, study says LBJ in the News
Austin Electricity Conference 2015: examining the nexus of markets and the environment LBJ in the News
Energy sector faces challenges as global energy consumption increases LBJ in the News
Natural gas drop is 'double whammy' with oil's fall LBJ in the News
This is what energy security looks like LBJ in the News
Despite Obstacles, Solar Gains Ground in Texas LBJ in the News
The Solar Challenge In Texas: Lessons Learned From Arizona, California LBJ in the News
Research indicates energy efficiency, not renewables, is future of urban sustainability LBJ in the News
UT expert speaks about oil spill impact LBJ in the News
Trusted solar-panel information cuts decision times LBJ in the News
New Research Could Help Increase Diffusion Rate of Residential Solar LBJ in the News
Leasing can broaden market for rooftop solar panels LBJ in the News
Lowering The Price Of Residential Solar Starts In The Neighborhood LBJ in the News
Department of Energy grants LBJ School researchers $500,000 to explore solar power LBJ in the News
Perspective on electric rate issue by Charles Maddox LBJ in the News
UT institute an energy information crossroads LBJ in the News
High-Stakes Gas Prices LBJ in the News
High-stakes gas prices LBJ in the News
An Atmosphere of Concern: My Summer at the Climate Change Group - Ari Phillips, LBJ School MGPS/Journalism Dual Degree Student LBJ in the News
Energy symposium sets goals for future fuel needs LBJ in the News
An energy program too efficient for its own good, by Jon Coifman (MPAff '95) LBJ in the News
Symposium Raises Concerns Regarding Energy Research LBJ in the News
After Copenhagen: Climate Governance and the Road Ahead LBJ in the News
LBJ Professor Receives $1.25 Million Grant from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative News
Agent-based modeling of consumer energy choices can aid in the design of better policies and programs, research shows News
Students from LBJ, Cockrell and McCombs Schools Team Up to Win Energy Challenge News
U.S. Department of Energy to Fund LBJ School Research on Growth of Residential Solar in Texas News
Student Researchers Release 2013 Legislative Preview Covering Major Topics of the 83rd Texas State Legislature News
Catching the Winds of Power News
UT Energy Symposium Kicks Off Spring Semester with "Utility of the Future" News
New Energy Institute Lecture Series to Provide Platform for Students, Faculty to Interact on Energy Issues News
LBJ School Experts Offer Analysis of 82nd Texas State Legislature News
“Oil in Troubled Waters” Public Forum Examines the Cause, Consequences and Cost of Spill in the Gulf News
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