HARC Newsletter
 
November 2012
 

 

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HARC promotes CHP – a way to keep the lights on in a big storm HARC promotes CHP ("combined heat and power") - a way to keep the lights on in a big storm
"The immense benefit of CHP was wonderfully demonstrated during Hurricane Sandy where many facilities with CHP kept the lights and heat on during and after the storm." – Gavin Dillingham, director of the Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center, which HARC hosts for the DOE.

 

 

Double Bayou - Studying, understanding and protecting a scenic, two-fork stream near Galveston Bay Double Bayou: Studying, understanding and protecting a scenic, two-fork stream near Galveston Bay
The tributary flows through a largely rural area northeast of the bay. Working with partners, HARC has been involved in efforts to establish a set of baseline data to gauge its environmental health. Now, HARC will also help as work proceeds toward creation of a watershed protection plan.

 

 

HARC scientist rebuts critiques of air model by industry and allied groups HARC scientist rebuts critiques of air model by industry and allied groups
The computer model developed by Eduardo (Jay) Olaguer, HARC director of air quality research, had projected that major metro areas in or near shale formations will be "hard pressed" to comply with the federal ozone standard without significant emission controls on increased oil and gas exploration and production.

 

 

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