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The New Cannabis Rage- Delta 8

You’ve heard of Delta Airlines, the Delta variant of COVID, but have you heard of Delta 8? Delta 8 is a type of cannabis that’s socially deemed as “legal weed.” Like its cannabis cousins, it comes in flower, vape, and edible form. See how it differs from traditional marijuana and why everyone is getting on […]

RWC’s Summer Tips

We love summer activities, but Texas summers aren’t easy. Thankfully, we have a few tips up our sleeves. Here’s how we deal with the heat/humidity, bugs, and other summer things. Summer Tips First of all, thank god it’s actually not too hot this summer! If you’ve been getting a lot of rain, just know that […]

First Quarter Review of 2021

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While 2021 has not been boring, at least it’s not as wild as 2020. Here is a recap of everything that’s happened in 2021 in the first quarter.   January 2021 January definitely kicked off this year with a bang. First, the Capitol fiasco. After that incident, the left and the right are more against […]

Petroleum in February 2021

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Now that Biden is in office, the clean energy deal is making way. As of February 2021, actions have already been taken to start the transition. Here’s the latest news on the petroleum industry.   Petroleum February 2021 In 2020, North America broke the record for exporting the most amount of oil to India. As […]

Top Ten Solar Companies in Texas

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Renewable energy is on the rise as we try to balance green energy with oil and gas. About 15% of Texas’s energy comes from wind, and 3.8% from solar. Solar is a great energy source for street lights, homes, anything that requires electricity. We encourage you to go green by looking at these solar companies […]

A Closer Look At Texas Power Grids

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Following up with our previous blog, we will look at power grids and how they work. We’ll look at Texas’ power grid and what exactly went wrong. Including grid regulations.   Texas Power Grids First, the United States has 3 power grid systems: the Eastern & Western interconnections, then Texas’ own system, ERCOT. It stands […]

Texas and Winter Weather Are Not Compatible

On Friday and Saturday of February 12 & 13, temperatures dropped all over Texas. Texans everywhere rushed out to stock up and prepare, and HEB was just as packed as the day before Thanksgiving. But Texans had never faced such frigid conditions, so they had no idea what was to come. Now, power companies are […]

The History of Oil

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Last week, we read about the history of solar power. Today, we will be looking at the second installment in the History of Energy series. Midland, TX, home of the Bushes, has an intricate petroleum museum. The history of oil is (black) gold!  Oil History Although it wasn’t as well-known as solar and wind power, […]

Wind Energy: How It Works

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AWEA says, “Wind energy (or wind power) refers to the process of creating electricity using the wind, or air flows that occur naturally in the earth’s atmosphere.” Modern wind turbines capture kinetic energy from the wind. Then, the spinning action generates electricity. This method is renewable and ideal in windy climates. Places such as the […]

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