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Links last updated 2019-05-21 21:08:19.

Energy Technology at Austin (Texas) Community College
http://www.austincc.edu/info/energy
As of 2016, ACC offers Associate of Applied Science degrees & Certificates of Electronics Technology in the following areas: Renewable Energy; Power Technology; Utility Lineworker.
Houston Museum of Natural Science Wiess Energy Hall
http://www.hmns.org/exhibits/permanent_exhibits/energy.asp
Exhibits and events about producing oil and gas energy.
Hunt-Winston School Solar Car Challenge
http://www.winstonsolar.org/challenge/
An annual solar-electric car race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Solar San Antonio
http://www.solarsanantonio.org/
Local organization in San Antonio, Texas, organizes annual solar fair, energy smart schools conference, and workshops for teachers and the public; SSA works with many other local organizations.
Texas Energy Museum
http://www.texasenergymuseum.org/
Beaumont, Texas.
Petroleum centered information, offering tours to schools and youth groups.
Texas Tech U. Wind Science and Engineering Research Center
http://www.depts.ttu.edu/weweb/
A research center for studying the science and engineering of wind and wind power. They are involved in educational partnerships for K-12 students also.
Watt Watchers of Texas
http://wattwatchers.org/
Watt Watchers of Texas is a free, state sponsored program to help schools save energy and money by getting students involved. Students patrol their school looking for empty classrooms with the lights on. They turn out the lights and leave a ticket for the teacher.
Women's Energy Network
https://www.womensenergynetwork.org
The Women's Energy Network is an organization helps educate and support women in the energy industry. WEN has thousands of members in several regions in the U.S. WEN is part of the team that runs the annual Young Women Energized, a conference held to encourage young women and girls to enter the industry of energy.