The TCU Institute for Environmental Studies manages our TCU-Oxford-NextEra Wind Research Initiative. To comment or find out more please visit the Wind Initiative Site: http://www.wind.tcu.edu/
TCU will soon be a new center for a global research network of scholars focused on the basic science and engineering questions that need to be addressed to make large-scale geothermal energy from sedimentary basins a reality. The work and proposals are to be done by individual researchers across the country, sometimes in cooperation with…
Our modern GIS and Remote Sensing Center houses 28 work stations dedicated to teaching and research in geological and environmental science mapping. Many students use this facility to study energy related problems that lend themselves to GIS solutions such as: Well pad siting, locating new potential locations for NGV refueling stations, wind farm mapping etc….
Our Shale Core Facility houses several miles of shale core that is used for industry examination and student/faculty research for both undergraduates and graduate students. for more information, please visit the Shale Core Facility Web Page.