Local companies team up with Xcel Energy to check for energy gaps in your home, which could save money on your utility bill.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall welcomed the president's "Presidential Memorandum," challenging federal agencies to nearly triple their renewable energy consumption to 20 percent by 2020.
Will Texas have enough energy to meet its future needs? That has been the biggest concern of electricity providers and regulators in recent years as the state rapidly grows and dry, scorching summers send air conditioners blasting and guzzling more power.
As the state’s population keeps surging, demand is expected to grow, prompting leaders to think about how it will ensure that the lights will stay on.
Texas ranks first out of 41 states for modernizing its electric grid, according to a new report — although that doesn’t mean Texans pay significantly less for electricity, or that the grid is safe from strain due to high demand this summer.