Please join co-hosts Texas Gas, Austin Energy, and Austin Water to understand a few basics about your utility bills while also learning about available incentives to help your local business install solar panels or reduce your water, gas, or electricity costs. Our presentation will feature...

On April 27th, Austin Energy’s Tim Harvey will sit down with the Solar Austin community to discuss the city’s ever-evolving relationship with renewable energy. Offering insider updates on commercial solar and changes to Austin Energy’s solar portfolio, Tim gives us a glimpse of the future and...

Join us on March 30th to learn what’s really happening on the policy and business front of Texas' State of Solar in 2021. When a deadly winter storm descended last month, over 5 million homes and businesses were left without power. When the ice finally melted,...

Last month's winter storm left millions of Texans without electricity. So what is the Legislature doing about it?  In the latest episode of The Austin Common Radio Hour, we sit down with state Representative Vikki Goodwin to find out. Vikki Goodwin represents Texas House District 47...

Been reading a lot of headlines about what happened to our electric grid during winter storm Uri? Still confused? In the latest episode of The Austin Common Radio Hour, we answer all your questions. Featuring special guest John Hoffner, who has spent nearly all his career...

SummaryWith so many Austinites without food, water, and electricity, we've put together a list of ways for you to get and give help locally. Action BoxIf you are able to, choose one of the organizations below and make a donation to help our neighbors...

SummaryMore than 4 million Texans lost power during one of the worst winter storms in recent memory. How did that happen? We cover the basics in our latest guide. Action BoxDonate to the Community Resilience Trust's Emergency Relief Fund to support Austin's unhoused residents. These...

SummaryIn March, Austin City Council approved the latest update to the Austin Energy Resource, Generation and Climate Protection Plan, which basically determines where Austin will get its energy for the next 10 years. In this guest blog, the Sierra Club runs down the good parts...