Renewables, electric vehicles

By Alejandra Martinez, The Texas Tribune, and Dylan Baddour, Inside Climate News

Reporter makes shocking discovery during her latest car rental.

Pilot was proposing to inject up to 24,900 barrels of produced water per day, per well, within 1,000 feet of Midland’s water wells, according to the city.

Battery storage represents a small fraction of Texas’ energy mix now, but it’s expected to rise sharply in coming years.

The new registration fee goes into effect Sept. 1.

Federal law allows produced water to be discharged to waterways west of the 98th Meridian.

Tarrant County Commissioners Court will vote Tuesday on whether to join other Texas cities competing for a $400 million solar grant.

Liveable Arlington and two residents living near a gas drilling site filed suit against the city this week.

The 1,400-mile solar car race started in DFW and was to finish in Los Angeles County.

The Port of Brownsville was the last major deepwater port of Texas still undeveloped by large fossil fuel projects.