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Texas A&M Energizer Newsletter: March 2024

The Texas A&M Energy Institute is pleased to announce our inaugural March 2024 Texas A&M Energizer Newsletter. The Energizer provides the latest developments and breakthroughs at Texas A&M University across sustainable energy sectors. Please share the Energizer with colleagues and stakeholders to further enable an informed and engaged energy ecosystem.

Transitioning to a Secure and Sustainable Energy Future

In the ever-evolving landscape of energy production and consumption, the need for sustainable solutions is paramount. Prof. Faruque Hasan has dedicated his career to shaping a greener, more efficient future by bridging science, engineering, and policy to address key global challenges in energy transition.

Can crypto offer scalable demand flexibility?

Cryptocurrency transactions may be costing more than just transaction fees. The electricity used for these transactions is more than what some countries, like Argentina and Australia, use in an entire year. Published estimates of the total global electricity usage for cryptocurrency assets such as Bitcoin are between 120 and 240 billion kilowatt-hours per year, according […]

Applications Open for Texas Entrepreneurship Exchange for Energy (TEX-E)

The Texas A&M Energy Institute hosted representatives from Greentown Labs and the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship for a Texas Entrepreneurship Exchange for Energy (TEX-E) Roadshow that welcomed students to learn about a collaboration among The University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University, University of Houston, Rice University, and Prairie View A&M University—powered by […]

Texas A&M Energy Institute Participates in the IWRA World Water Congress

From November 29 through December 3, 2021, the International Water Resources Association (IWRA) held the 17th World Water Congress at Daegu in the Republic of Korea. Under the theme Foundations for Global Water Security and Resilience: Knowledge, Technology and Policy, and focused on resilience and solutions to respond to rising challenges, the Opening Ceremony of the 17th World Water Congress of the International Water Resources Association (IWRA) included the presence of national authorities and experts from all continents and many international organizations, including the Ministry of Environment of Korea, and representatives from FAO, IFAD, the World Bank, OECD, UNESCO, ESCAP, the World Water Council and the European Union, and more.