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HARC applies science to drive solutions for a sustainable and equitable future.

HARC is a research hub providing independent analysis on
energy, air, climate, and water issues to people seeking scientific answers.

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06/06/2024

The Call for Abstracts for the Coastal Resilience and Adaptation Conference has been extended until June 15th!

The conference is intended to provide information and resources to coastal communities including decision makers, elected officials, city and county staff, natural resource managers, academics, and the private sector on the latest technological advances for coastal resilience and adaptation.

The conference will be broken up into sessions that will explore technological applications in 4 thematic tracks:

o Coastal Energy Transition

o Marine Debris

o Nature Based Solutions

o Early Hazard Warning Systems

We invite you to submit an abstract for the conference and share your research/application areas with the communities in Texas.

The deadline for abstract submission is now open until June 15th, 2024. For more information, updates, and abstract submission, please visit tx.ag/CRAConference.

Please contact [email protected] with any questions.

Conference partners: HARC, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS), and The Nature Conservancy in Texas

06/05/2024

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 5th to highlight the importance of ensuring we come together to protect the health of our environment, which effects the well-being of people and economic development around the world.

HARC supports World Environment Day today and every day. Sustainability has been the foundation of HARC’s work since its creation more than forty years ago by Texas energy pioneer and philanthropist George P. Mitchell. HARC is committed to engaging in practices that consider and support ecological, societal, and economic health and vitality to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

To learn more about World Environment Day, visit bit.ly/45b8QkB

To learn more about HARC, visit harcresearch.org

06/04/2024

Micalah Spenrath, PMP, HARC’s Energy, Community Engagement & Policy Manager, will be panelist at the Virtual Power Plant Texas Conference in Austin on June 6th. This year’s theme is “A Reliable Energy Solution: Unlock the Potential of Virtual Power Plants in Texas and Beyond”, which will bring together transmission and distribution service providers, aggregated distribution energy resource providers, retail electric providers, policymakers, regulators, and energy research institutions.

Ms. Spenrath will be speaking in a panel discussion around ensuring underserved and lower-income communities are not left behind in the grid transition. She will provide insights on HARC’s Climate Equity and Community Resilience program, including the Community Benefits Hub framework, which aims to build capacity in disadvantaged communities, empower community representatives, and ensure accountability of benefits to communities.

HARC is proud to be an Association Partner at the Virtual Power Plant Texas Conference! You can still register for the conference and save 20% with our code HARC20 by clicking here: bit.ly/3KsW4UY

To learn more about Ms. Spenrath, visit bit.ly/4c72CV8

To learn more about HARC’s Climate Equity and Community Resilience program, visit bit.ly/ClimEquity

Photos from HARC's post 06/03/2024

HARC recently welcomed guests from Ebara Corporation to our Living Lab Headquarters. It was an opportunity for both the HARC and EBARA teams to present an overview of their work and identify opportunities for future collaboration and cooperation.

Led by Dr. Carlos Gamarra, HARC’s Director of Energy and Senior Research Scientist, HARC’s team also provided guests with a tour of our certified LEED Platinum, certified LEED Net Zero Energy, and ENERGY STAR rated 99/100 building.

To learn more about HARC’s Living Lab, visit bit.ly/HARCBldg

To learn more about Dr. Gamarra, visit bit.ly/CGamarra

05/30/2024

HARC is currently hiring for three positions. Come join our team of sustainability experts!

Communications Specialist: We’re looking for someone with broad experience in communications, PR, and content creation. More information on the role and how to apply here bit.ly/3KeVxpC

Development Specialist: HARC is looking for someone with experience in donor database management, working in events, and development communications. If this sounds like you, apply here bit.ly/4bmGRkq

Accounting Specialist: Do you have experience in accounting and year-end financial audits in the nonprofit sector? Then, apply today here bit.ly/4b1tjL6

05/29/2024

HARC has released its Double Bayou Watershed Partnership Spring Newsletter! Learn more about what’s happening at the Double Bayou Watershed, upcoming workshops, and more.

HARC and the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and Galveston Bay Estuary Program have been working together as part of the Double Bayou Watershed Partnership for many years to help improve the water quality in the Double Bayou Watershed. Initially, HARC and its partners worked on the Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan, a voluntary, collaborative, stakeholder-driven approach to improving and monitoring water quality.

Building on this important work and thanks to funding by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, the Partnership has now been implementing management measures, practices that reduce nonpoint source pollution, to continue addressing water quality issues in the Double Bayou Watershed. These measures include water monitoring at four established locations in the East and West Forks of the Double Bayou and Anahuac Wastewater Treatment Facility; bacterial source tracking; managing stakeholder meetings, workshops, and outreach; as well as developing water quality management plans. This newsletter forms part of this work to help inform local communities of what the latest developments are in the watershed.

To read the latest edition of the newsletter, visit bit.ly/3UTBG4o

To sign up for the Double Bayou Watershed Partnership newsletter, visit bit.ly/4bOjlN0

To learn more about the Double Bayou Watershed Partnership and latest management practices, visit www.doublebayou.org

05/24/2024

HARC will be closing its office on Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of Memorial Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 28, 2024.

05/22/2024

HARC is hiring a Communications Specialist!

Do you have experience in communications, PR, and content creation? Then, we want to hear from you!

More information on the role and how to apply here bit.ly/3KeVxpC

05/21/2024

Tomorrow, John Hall, HARC’s President and CEO, will be moderating a panel discussion at CityAge and Shell Energy’s Decarbonizing America’s Urban Hubs webinar.

Mr. Hall will be moderating a panel titled, “Deepening the Journey – Onsite Solutions: Solar, Storage and Charging”. Speakers include Salim M., Head of e-Mobility Market Development at Shell, Luke Getto, Director of Technical Market Development at VoltServer Inc., and Chris Kaiser, Director of Solution Sales at Shell Energy.

Panelists will explore how these innovations are shaping energy management strategies, driving sustainable practices, and accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles. Mr. Hall will also share his insights on the importance of bringing a climate equity lens into these developments, ensuring that historically underserved communities have a seat at the table and are able to co-create solutions with industry to bring community benefits.

To learn more about Mr. Hall, visit bit.ly/JLHall

To learn more and register for this webinar, visit https://lnkd.in/gWuUT49J

05/21/2024

On May 22nd, Dr. Carlos Gamarra, HARC’s Director of Clean Energy and Senior Research Scientist, will be moderating and presenting two separate sessions at the World Hydrogen North America conference in Houston.

As a speaker, Dr. Gamarra will participate in a Fireside Chat with Nightpeak Energy’s CEO, Paris Hays, where they will discuss the realities of using hydrogen to decarbonize the power sector, the innovators in the industry, and the challenges and opportunities of using hydrogen.

Later that day, Dr. Gamarra will moderate a panel discussion on decarbonizing aviation through clean hydrogen. Panelists will explore the use of clean hydrogen as a sustainable low carbon fuel source for aviation, innovations in technology, and regulations and policy to support the transition.

To learn more about Dr. Gamarra, visit bit.ly/CGamarra

To learn more about the World Hydrogen North America conference, visit bit.ly/3QSMleC

05/20/2024

John Hall, HARC’s President and CEO, will be presenting at the World Hydrogen North America conference on May 21st in Houston.

He will be joining representatives from University of Houston, MRSW Management LLC, and TCF Professional Services for a Masterclass Workshop on Justice40 and community engagement. He along with panelists will provide participants with an in-depth view of the background and goals of Justice40, insights into permitting and siting, delivering community benefits, and tracking and reporting on progress.

More information on Mr. Hall can be found here bit.ly/JLHall

To learn more about HARC’s work on community benefits, visit bit.ly/ClimEquity

More information on the World Hydrogen North America conference can be found here bit.ly/3QSMleC

05/17/2024

HARC is hiring a Development Specialist and an Accounting Specialist to join our team of sustainability experts! Spread the news!

Development Specialist: Do you have experience in donor database management, working in events, and development communications? If so, we’d love to hear from you! Learn more and apply for the Development Specialist role here bit.ly/4bmGRkq

Accounting Specialist: Do you have experience in accounting and year-end financial audits in the nonprofit sector? Then, apply today! More information on how to apply here bit.ly/4b1tjL6

05/16/2024

HARC’s President and CEO, John Hall, will be presenting on May 17th at The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s (NASEM) Empowering Justice40 Communities Workshop on Leveraging Community Benefits Agreements to Support the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Mandate to Serve Disadvantaged Communities. The second day of the workshop will provide participants with perspectives from community organizations about challenges surrounding community engagement, the role of Community Benefits Agreements for an engaged community ecosystem, and how to define successful community engagement.

Mr. Hall will be a panelist at the session “Building Proactive and Long-Term Capacity for Communities,” where he will discuss HARC’s Community Benefits Hubs framework, which provides community members with an opportunity to voice concerns and participate in risks and benefits decision-making at the local level. He will also talk about workforce development as a pathway to providing community benefits, highlighting the importance of opening up and creating access to jobs for underserved, under-employed, and unemployed residents.

To learn more about Mr. Hall, visit bit.ly/JLHall

To learn more about HARC’s Community Benefits Hub framework, visit bit.ly/ClimEquity

To learn more about the NASEM workshop, visit bit.ly/3QLGMi2

05/15/2024

On May 16th, Dr. Margaret Cook, HARC’s Deputy Director of Climate Equity and Resilience, will be moderating a panel discussion at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Empowering Justice40 Communities Workshop on Leveraging Community Benefits Agreements to Support the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Mandate to Serve Disadvantaged Communities. The two-day workshop will bring together experts and thought leaders from communities, community-based organizations, federal agencies, academia, and the private sector to gain a better understanding of the DOE’s Community Benefits Plan and process.

The panel Dr. Cook is moderating will provide attendees with perspectives and recommendations from Alliance for Tribal Clean Energy, ReImagine Appalachia, Air Alliance Houston, and Bold Alliance on how community groups can reach successful outcomes from community benefits negotiations.

To learn more about Dr. Cook, visit bit.ly/MCookPhD

To learn more about NASEM’s workshop, visit bit.ly/3QLGMi2

05/13/2024

On May 14th, John Hall, HARC’s President and CEO, will be presenting at Solar Energy Industries Association and Smart Electric Power Alliance’s RE+ Texas, a forum for professionals dedicated to the integration of solar, storage, and additional renewable energy assets like wind energy and electric vehicle infrastructure in Texas.

Mr. Hall will be a panelist in the session titled, “The Role of Environmental Justice in Policy Development,” where he will be discussing Justice40 and HARC’s Climate Equity and Community Resilience program, which includes our Community Benefits Hub framework that helps build capacity in disadvantaged communities, empower community representatives, and ensure accountability of benefits to these communities.

To learn more about M. Hall, visit bit.ly/JLHall

To learn more about HARC’s Climate Equity and Resilience program, visit bit.ly/ClimEquity

To learn more about RE+ Texas, visit https://re-plus.events/texas

05/10/2024

Reminder: The Call for Abstracts for the Coastal Resilience and Adaptation Conference closes on May 15th.

HARC, along with the rest of the conference organizing partners, invite you to submit your abstract and share your research/application areas with Texas’ communities.

The focus areas are:
- Coastal Energy Transition
- Marine Debris and Circular Economy
- Nature-based Solutions
- Early Warning Systems for Coastal Hazards

For more information on the abstract submission, please visit tx.ag/CRAConference

Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.

05/09/2024

Last week, HARC attended a community and stakeholder engagement workshop at the ExxonMobil Pipeline Company’s Houston Campus. It was a great opportunity to learn from each other and share insights for improved meaningful engagement between industry and community groups.

Led by HARC’s President and CEO, John Hall, HARC’s team presented an overview of our Climate Equity and Community Resilience program, which includes our Community Benefits Hub framework, a framework that helps build capacity in disadvantaged communities, empower community representatives, and ensure accountability of benefits to these communities. HARC’s team also shared information on our work to date helping to advance climate equity in Houston, such as HyVelocity Hydrogen Hub and the recent Houston Energy Transition Initiative's (HETI) report, which HARC helped develop, "Climate Equity Framework and Toolkit for an Equitable Energy Transition in Greater Houston."

HARC was happy to meet with ExxonMobil’s team and we’re looking forward to what we can achieve together in the future!

To learn more about our Climate Equity and Community Resilience program, visit bit.ly/ClimEquity

To learn more about the HETI Framework and Toolkit, visit bit.ly/4aqPM3A

05/08/2024

Did you hear? HARC is looking for an Accounting Specialist to join our team of sustainability experts at HARC.

If you have experience in accounting and year-end financial audits in the nonprofit sector, then we’d love to hear from you! Or, if you know someone who does, please share this across your networks.

Learn more and apply here bit.ly/4b1tjL6

05/07/2024

Dr. Meredith Jennings, HARC’s Climate Equity and Resilience Program Manager, is speaking at the Cities of Opportunity Solutions Forum on May 8th. The Forum will be bringing together city leaders – mayors, councilmembers, and senior staff – to share their efforts to advance equity and address health and racial disparities.

Dr. Jennings will be presenting at the panel session titled, “Building Capacities for Action: A Citywide Approach to Health and Racial Equity,” where she will share insights on how the City of Houston developed a robust climate resilience plan, with HARC’s support, as part of two National League of Cities cohorts with a recent focus on equitable heat mitigation strategies.

To learn more about Dr. Jennings, visit bit.ly/MeredithJennings

To learn more about the City of Houston’s Climate Resilience Plan, visit www.harcresearch.org/harcsclimateresearch

To learn more about the Cities of Opportunity Solutions Forum, visit https://lnkd.in/g2gdSQSj

Photos from HARC's post 05/01/2024

A group from HARC led by John Hall, HARC’s President and CEO, visited Sam Houston State University (SHSU) in Huntsville, Texas, last week. HARC’s team met with SHSU staff representing the College of Science and Engineering Technology, Agricultural Sciences, Research, and the University Administration to learn more about the University and explore opportunities for further collaboration in the areas of climate equity, water, and energy consulting.

As a graduate of Sam Houston State University, Mr. Hall is representative of many in the current student body – first generation college students from rural Texas. HARC’s team learned about the University’s strong and very personal commitment to its student body and that SHSU provides its students with the tools to build their paths, many of whom go back to their respective rural communities and make an impact. Go Bearkats!

As HARC looks at ways to provide science-based solutions for energy, air, water, and climate equity challenges, collaborating with universities like SHSU allows us to connect our research and expertise with the opportunities found in learning spaces.

Learn more about Mr. Hall here bit.ly/JLHall

04/30/2024

HARC is pleased to announce that we are an organizing partner of the Coastal Resilience and Adaptation Conference, which will be taking place on September 18 and 19, 2024.

The conference will provide information and resources to coastal communities including decision makers, elected officials, city and county staff, natural resource managers, academics, and the private sector on the latest technological advances for coastal resilience and adaptation.

The conference will be broken up into sessions that will explore technological applications in 4 thematic tracks:

o Coastal Energy Transition

o Marine Debris

o Nature Based Solutions

o Early Hazard Warning Systems

We invite you to submit an abstract for the conference and share your research/application areas with the communities in Texas.

The deadline for abstract submission is May 15th, 2024. For more information, updates, and abstract submission, please visit tx.ag/CRAConference.

Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.

04/29/2024

HARC is hiring! We are looking for an Accounting Specialist to join our team of sustainability experts at HARC.

Are you someone with experience in accounting and year-end financial audits in the nonprofit sector? Then, we’d love to hear from you!

Learn more and apply here bit.ly/4b1tjL6

Photos from HARC's post 04/26/2024

Join us in celebrating tree equity this !

Urban trees are powerful solutions to combat extreme heat, purify air, and enhance public health and well-being. As an Urban Forestry Grant awardee, HARC’s bringing trees to urban neighborhoods where they’re needed most to ensure every community can enjoy the benefits they offer.

Thanks to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service, we will be increasing tree canopy, fostering community resilience, and improving access to employment in underserved communities in Houston and Harris County through the ForUsTree initiative.

HARC, along with a collaborative of partners, received $15 million in funding from the US Forest Service for the ForUsTree initiative, which will use equitable and inclusive engagement and a community-based approach to implement multiple tree plantings, reforestation projects, and educational activities in the region’s most vulnerable areas.

Learn more about ForUsTree here bit.ly/3PwvBIu

04/25/2024

Today, Marina V. Badoian-Kriticos, HARC’s Director of Strategic Initiatives & External Affairs, was representing the Texas PACE Authority at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston’s press conference. Ms. Badoian-Kriticos serves as the Senior Program Advisor at Texas PACE Authority, where she helps to develop the PACE marketplace across Texas. She focuses on working with project teams to expand energy and water efficiency in the built environment and helps local governments implement programs that will lead to healthier and more prosperous regions.

The First Universalist Church of Houston has been upgrading its house of worship since 2015 to meet their environmental stewardship goals. They’ve upgraded their lighting, HVAC system, and tightened its Building Envelope. Today’s press conference celebrates their latest milestone – the installation and activation of new solar panels at the Church. This was all made possible by financing and support provided by the Texas PACE Authority, an innovative financing program that enables commercial, industrial, large multi-family, and agricultural property owners to obtain low-cost, long-term financing for water conservation, energy-efficiency, and renewable energy projects.

Learn more about Ms. Badoian-Kriticos here bit.ly/MBKriticos

Learn more about the Texas PACE Authority here www.texaspaceauthority.org

04/23/2024

Dr. Meredith Jennings, HARC’s Climate Equity and Resilience Program Manager, recently presented at Sewa International’s Influencer Summit. Sewa International is a Hindu faith-based humanitarian, nonprofit organization which specializes in disaster relief and rehabilitation.

Dr. Jennings joined two other panelists to discuss topics related to the environment. She discussed the rising heat index in Houston, along with the benefits of urban tree plantings to equitably reduce climate and health risks and to combat urban heat mitigation. Dr. Jennings also provided an overview of HARC’s work in this area, including a heat mapping study done in the Alief neighborhood of Houston as showcased in HARC’s recent report, “A Case for Cool Trees: Advancing Houston’s Tree Equity”.

To learn more about Dr. Jennings, visit bit.ly/MeredithJennings

To learn more about HARC’s Case for Cool Trees report, visit bit.ly/48LYM25

To learn more about Sewa International's Houston Chapter, visit www.sewausa.org/Houston

04/22/2024

HARC is pleased to announce that its partnership with the Texas Solar for All Coalition has been awarded $249.7 million from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund. This historic grant will enable the Coalition to accelerate investments in low-income solar and storage, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, close the solar equity gap for energy-burdened low-income families, and create good green jobs in the Lone Star State.

Led by Harris County, the full Coalition includes HARC, City of Houston, Dallas County, City of San Antonio, Opportunity Home, City of Austin, City of Waco, Texas Energy Poverty Institute (TEPRI), Clean Energy Fund of Texas, and several more local and county Texan partners, representatives, and community-based organizations.

As a Coalition member, HARC, along with its partners, will be administering residential-serving community solar and residential rooftop programs in low-income and Disadvantaged Communities in Harris County and Houston.

Learn more about the Texas Solar for All Coalition and HARC’s role here bit.ly/TXSolar4All

Learn more about the EPA’s Solar for All competition and selections here bit.ly/3JrI0L4

04/22/2024

Earth Day is celebrated every year on April 22nd, calling on the global community to come together to help protect our planet and advance sustainability and climate action.

HARC supports Earth Day and encourages residents across Houston and Texas to take action in combatting plastic pollution. There are many ways to play your part, including organizing a community cleanup in your area.

Litter is a hazard for wildlife and humans, spreading disease and injuring or killing wildlife. According to UNESCO, over 1 million marine animals (including mammals, fish, sharks, turtles, and birds) are killed each year due to plastic debris in the ocean.

Learn more about plastics in Texas and HARC’s role in monitoring and reducing plastic pollution here bit.ly/44ccvhD

04/19/2024

Our April Newsletter is out now! In this edition, you’ll find out what’s been happening at HARC since the start of the year.

Read it here bit.ly/442F3KB

Sign up to receive future editions here bit.ly/4b5ZmZX

Happy reading!

04/17/2024

John Hall, HARC’s President and CEO, is speaking at the Energy Dialogues' Energy Leaders Series: The Future of Energy: Hydrogen, Natural Gas, and Enhanced Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Efforts on April 18th at the Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy. This invitation-only event will bring together experts, policymakers, and executives to explore the potential for hydrogen, the status of the Hydrogen Hubs, and the synergy between natural gas and hydrogen.

Mr. Hall will be joining other panelists to discuss the timeline for hydrogen hubs to become an engine for decarbonization. He will share insights on the HyVelocity Hydrogen Hub and the important role of community engagement to ensuring an equitable clean energy transition.

To learn more about Mr. Hall, visit bit.ly/JLHall

To learn more about the HyVelocity Hub, visit bit.ly/3PYvs0H

To learn more about this upcoming Energy Leaders Series, visit bit.ly/3Q5E0DV

04/17/2024

John Hall, HARC’s President and CEO, will be presenting at the ALLY Energy's Energy 2.0 Unconference on April 18th in Houston. The Energy 2.0 Unconference aims to bring diverse perspectives together from those who are leading the energy transition, to share ideas on how to transform business at this pivotal time in the energy industry.

Mr. Hall will be joining Trevor Best, Chief Executive Officer of Syzygy Plasmonics, and Cheryl Jones, Managing Director, Americas of Ramboll, on a panel to discuss Innovation and Frontiers in Energy Technology and Deployment. This session will bring insights from these thought leaders on the importance of how a clear purpose can lead to more impactful innovations, a stronger commitment to sustainability, and a deeper connection with citizens.

To learn more about Mr. Hall, visit bit.ly/JLHall

To learn more about and register for the Energy 2.0 Unconference, visit bit.ly/4aZ96Fi

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HARC, a 501(c)(3) organization incorporated as Houston Advanced Research Center, is a research hub providing independent analysis on energy, air, and water issues to people seeking scientific answers. We are focused on building a sustainable future that helps people thrive and nature flourish.

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