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Texas Clean Energy Hub

Welcome to the Clean Energy Hub hosted by HARC, a Texas-based research non-profit organization with expertise in identifying and supporting cost-effective, practical solutions to speed the transition to a decarbonized and resilient energy system. The Clean Energy Hub, funded by the State Energy Conservation Office (SECO), houses a variety of interactive tools, podcasts, webinars, guides, and case studies to help accelerate the adoption of distributed generation and energy efficiency projects in Texas.

Interactive Tools

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This curated collection of online, interactive tools can help you implement best energy practices and explore opportunities to add solar and other clean energy projects to your property. Specific topics include estimating the cost of installing rooftop solar and storage systems, building the business case for financing energy efficiency projects, learning how to interconnect larger distributed generation projects to the grid, tracking the status of PACE projects in Texas, and how to create a benchmarking program in your community.

Podcasts and Webinars

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Access our library of podcasts and webinars for candid conversations with a variety of industry leaders including solution providers, finance experts, and end users who discuss clean energy investment best practices and financing tools. This multimedia content explores some of the most challenging issues commercial, industrial and institutional property owners and managers face when making clean energy investment decisions and examples of how to implement successful clean energy projects.

Guides and Case Studies

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Not sure where to begin? These guides and case studies are helpful resources to learn about different clean energy topics, including what you need to know about rooftop solar systems, how to build the business case for financing energy efficiency projects, improving resilience, the important connections between energy and water resources in Texas, and lessons learned from City Efficiency Leaders.

For more information, please reach out to HARC