As a follow up to our March blog post, we are now excited to present When the Lone Star Froze Over – Winter Storm Uri and the lived experiences of Texas low-income communities.
Research and Publications
You're invited join us for an open session of TEPRI's Energy Opportunities Coalition (EOC) with guest speaker Professor Sanya Carley from Indiana University on Tuesday, May 18th at 12 PM Central.
TEPRI developed a state-wide Coalition to explore and launch cross-collaboration opportunities that maximize the impacts from dispersed funding sources to create clean energy opportunities that aid in the COVID-19 response and economic recovery efforts and beyond.
Our report, "Pathways for DERs to Reduce Energy Burdens in Low-Income Households: Harris County", is now officially available online for free, as a part of the American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy's (ACEEE) 2020 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings' Panel 13: Energy Efficiency and Equity.
We strive to make visible the many facets of poverty that contribute to and exacerbate energy insecurity. TEPRI Research Fellow, Jacquie Moss, made this infographic to summarize a few of the economic aspects that we see as immediately pertinent. Download the infographic here:
We are delighted to announce that our Texas Low-Income Community Profile (LICP) Overview Report is now available! TEPRI developed the Texas LICP Series in collaboration with the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). The series is designed to reveal insights at...
We are pleased to share with you TEPRI’s first publication: “Energy Poverty Research Landscape Analysis.” By providing an analysis of the landscape of publicly available current research, our goals for this working paper are to increase understanding of and raise awareness about the complex nexus of energy and poverty. Our hope is that this report...