TR'07 Presentations in
PDF format

 

Solar Progress:  The Austin Perspective
Chip Wolfe, Solar Austin

 

Creating a Foundation for a Texas PV Market Challenges and Opportunities Posed by Texas' Net Metering Implementation
Steve Wiese, Clean Energy Associates

 

West Texas Wind Energy Opportunities

Greg Wortham, West Texas Wind Energy Consortium

 

Wind Succeeding Across Texas
Greg Wortham, West Texas Wind Energy Consortium

 

Niche Opportunities in West Texas Wind

Greg Wortham, West Texas Wind Energy Consortium

 

Wind/Storage - The Missing Link

Robert E. Hanes, REH Interests, Inc.

 

Wind Challenges the Grid
Warren Lasher, ERCOT System Assessment

 

Be Careful What You Wish For

Adrianne G. Brandt, PUCT Staff

 

Geothermal Energy

Shawn Beard, Energy America Geothermal

 

Utility PV Opportunities: Large-scale Power Plants and Residential Programs

Cecilia Aguillon, Kyocera Solar, Inc.

 

Rural and Urban Opportunities for Solar Electricity and Storage Solutions

Michael Kuhn, Imagine Solar International

 

Stranded Geothermal Energy

Peter Gross, Energy America Geothermal

 

Geothermal Heat Pumps in Schools

Maria Richards, SMU Geothermal Lab

 

Eastern Texas Geothermal Assessment

Maria Richards, SMU Geothermal Lab

 

Making the Texas Heat Cool: Geothermal Leasing and Nesting Potential

Jason M. Ryan, Baker Botts, L.L.P.

 

A Ground Source Heat Pump Initiative inthe Blue Skyways Collaborative

James W. Yarbrough, U.S, Environmental Protection Agency

 

Los Pueblos de Luz . . . The Villages of Light

Dan Vogler

 

Applications with Hybrid Generators Utilizing Storage

Michael Breen, Xtreme Power

 

A Bit of History

Mike Sloan, The Wind Coalition

 

Beyond CREZ and Transmission Network Expansion

Mike Sloan, The Wind Coalition

 

Austin's Climate Protection Plan

Fred Blood, Austin Energy

 

Bioenergy Situation: From Field to Fuel Tank

Bob Avant, Texas Agriculture Experiment Station

 

GLO's Renewable Energy Program

Michelle Warren, Texas General Land Office

 

Helping Cities Find Alternative Energy Sources

Marilyn Fox, Fox, Smolen Associates

 

Meeting the 25 X '25 Goal: Texas Can Lead the Way

Read Smith, National 25 X '25 Alliance

 

Methane to Solar to Hydrogen

Terry Stott, Solar Hydrogen Energy Company

 

National Efforts in Hydrogen

Roxanne Garland, U.S. Department of Energy

 

The Immediate Need for Hydrogen Forklifts

Jeffery A. Freeman, Infintium Fuel Cell Systems

 

New Wind Blade Testing Center - Ingleside

Michael J. Massey, University of Houston

 

Opportunities for Onsite Hydrogen Production in Climate Change Reduction

Rene Mandeville, Hydrogenics Corporation

 

State and Federal Incentives for Renewables

Chris Pepper, Jackson Walker, LLP

 

The Role of Local Governments, Think Globally, Act Locally

Paul Smolen, Fox, Smolen & Associates

 

Urban Non-Attainment

Robert A. "Bob" Webb, Biofuels Power Corporation

 

Wind Resource Assessment for Texas

Ken Starcher, West Texas A&M University