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Renewable Energy - The Infinite Power of Texas

ABOUT INFINITEPOWER.ORG 

The purpose of this web site is to educate the public about the potential and the benefits of renewable energy in Texas. The site presents detailed background information about renewable energy and encourages and enables Texans to use more renewable energy in their daily lives.

Website Sponsor

This site is part of a education program funded by the Texas State Energy Conservation Office's Renewable Energy Demonstration Program. The Renewable Energy Demonstration Program (REDP) is designed to accelerate the acceptance of renewable energy resources and technologies in Texas by increasing public awareness, demonstrating new technologies and by developing the infrastructure required to escalate their use in existing state programs. Over the past several years, the REPD has funded solar, wind and biomass demonstration projects throughout Texas, and has cosponsored conferences, workshops and other educational efforts, yielding a positive impact on Texans' familiarity with renewable energy. The REPD strives to harmonize program goals with national goals in renewable energy and sustainability issues. The campaign is managed by Conservation Services Group, a national leader in implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy programs.

Funding Statement

The Infinite Power of Texas renewable energy education campaign was funded 100% with oil overcharge funds from the Exxon settlement as provided by the Texas State Energy Conservation Office and the U.S. Department of Energy. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.

Contact Information

To request information materials or a video, call the Renewable Energy: the Infinite Power of Texas hotline at (800) 531-5441 ext 31796 or use our order page.

To ask an expert about renewable energy, use our form on this page

For questions about SECO's Renewable Energy Demonstration Program and the Infinite Power educational campaign, contact Pam Groce at the following address:

Pam Groce, Program Manager
State Energy Conservation Office
Infinite Power Campaign
111 East 17th Street, Room 1114
Austin, TX 78774

(512) 463-1889
[email protected]

Awards

This page has been selected as one of the best on the Internet by science educators under the SciLinks program sponsored by the National Science Teachers Association Pages within this website have been selected by sciLINKS, a program of the National Science Teachers Association, as some of the best on the web for science educators. sciLINKS web pages are identified only after going through a rigorous process to ensure that content is accurate and especially useful to teachers and students. 
Official Seal of the U. S. Department of Energy The Infinite Power Fact Sheets received an award from the U.S. Department of Energy in 1998. Since then, we have added several new fact sheets and have updated all the fact sheets with new information. We have also create a complementary set of Lesson Plans to accompany the fact sheets.
The Infinite Power of Texas campaign won the prestigious Renewable Energy Recognition Award from the Interstate Renewable Energy Council in 2002.

Website Credits

This web site was developed and is maintained by Conservation Services Group (CSG) for the SECO. Steve Wiese of CSG was responsible for the site redesign effort. Chuck Wright developed the interactive calculator pages in Javascript. During the campaign's first phase, in 1997, Greg Nudd was the lead web developer and Randy Norwood was the graphic and user interface designer for the site.

Copyright Information

User acknowledges and agrees that the information in this brochure and/or website is the property of the State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) of the Comptroller of Public Accounts and will be used solely for purposes consistent with that ownership and as expressly authorized by SECO.  This material may not be reproduced, altered, republished, or distributed or used for any purpose inconsistent with its stated or intended use without express written permission of SECO.  All rights reserved."


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