Greenhouse Gas Reporting

Greenhouse Gas Reporting

Carbon Emissions  Clean Coal  *  Clean Coal Technology  *  Coal to Gas  Coal to Natural Gas

Dry Sorbent Injection  *  Emissions Abatement  *  Emissions Engineering  FuelSwitching

Greenhouse Gas Emissions  *  Greenhouse Gas Reporting

Hazardous Air Pollutants New Source Review  *  Solar Cogeneration


"Changing the Way the World Makes and Uses Energy" SM

Austin, Texas


Greenhouse Gas Reporting

What is Greenhouse Gas Reporting?

Greenhouse gas reporting is required of certain companies within specified industries depending on the amount of greenhouse gas emissions they generate.

More specific information and updates follow from the following information which was adapted from the EPA's website:

In response to the FY2008 Consolidated Appropriations Act (H.R. 2764; Public Law 110–161), EPA issued the Mandatory Reporting of greenhouse gas emissions - known as Rule (74 FR 56260). This rule requires reporting of the data relating to greenhouse gas emissions and other relevant information from large sources and suppliers in the United States. The purpose of the rule is to collect accurate and timely GHG data to inform future policy decisions.

In general, the Rule is referred to as 40 CFR Part 98 (Part 98). Implementation of Part 98 is referred to as the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP).

Suppliers of certain products that would result in greenhouse gas emissions if released, combusted or oxidized; direct emitting source categories; and CO2 injection facilities that sequester CO2 underground in the form of geologic sequestration or any purpose other than geologic sequestration, are covered in Part 98. 

Greenhouse Gas Reporting

Carbon Emissions  Clean Coal  *  Clean Coal Technology  *  Coal to Gas  Coal to Natural Gas

Dry Sorbent Injection  *  Emissions Abatement  *  Emissions Engineering  FuelSwitching

Greenhouse Gas Emissions  *  Greenhouse Gas Reporting

Hazardous Air Pollutants New Source Review  *  Solar Cogeneration

"Changing the Way the World Makes and Uses Energy" SM






Energy Efficiency Measures, Engineering and Energy Master Planning Services, including;

Automated Demand Response  *  Battery Energy Storage  *  CHP Systems  *  Clean Power Generation 

Cogeneration  *  Distributed PV  *  EcoGeneration  Emissions Abatement  *  Energy Master Planning

Frequency Regulation  *  Net Zero Energy  Rooftop PV  Solar Cogeneration  *  Solar Thermal Collectors

Solar Trigeneration  *  Trigeneration  *  Waste Heat Recovery



We deliver solutions:

Business Development
Clean Air
Clean Water
Marketing strategies
Investor Relations
Public Relations
Sales plans
Three P's

That produce results
for our Clients:

Increased sales
New customers
Greater market share
Competitive advantage
Increased shareholder value
People, Planet & Profits



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Support America's Domestic Oil and Gas  
resources and companies





Support Renewable Energy

and America's

Renewable Energy Technologies

resources and companies!



“spending hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars every year for oil, much of it from the Middle East, is just about the single stupidest thing that modern society could possibly do. It’s very difficult to think of anything more idiotic than that.” 
~ R. James Woolsey, Jr., former Director of the CIA

Price of Addiction
to Foreign Oil

According to R. James Woolsey, for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, “The basic insight is to realize that global warming, the geopolitics of oil, and warfare in the Persian Gulf are not separate problems — they are aspects of a single problem, the West’s dependence on oil."


About us:

The founder of the Renewable Energy Institute (REI) was first involved in Net Zero Energy buildings and Solar Trigeneration sm energy system in 2001 - 2002.  This started with family-owned real estate developments in Northern and Southern California.  This interest was accelerated when REI's founder was introduced to the President of a solar company in Los Angeles and their client, the Audubon Nature Center at Deb's Park (Los Angeles) that was planning to build a new 5,000 sf office and conference center. Except, the new building for the Audubon Nature Center was about 1/2 mile from the end of the power lines and a very costly extension of the power lines to their new facility forced them to consider a solar solution. When the Audubon Nature Center's new 5,000 sf office and conference center was completed in 2003, the facility not only featured the Solar Trigeneration sm energy system - they were awarded one of the first Platinum LEED Awards by the USGBC - and the powerlines were still 1/2 mile away! To this day, 100% of the power and energy for the Audubon Nature Center's building is supplied by the Solar Trigeneration sm energy system - whether at 12 noon, or 12 midnite.  (The Audubon's facility also includes a battery energy storage system for back-up power generated by the Rooftop PV panels as well as a thermal energy storage system that stores the excess hot water generated by the evacuated tube collectors).

These early projects led to more client inquiries and engagements with real estate developers, architects and building owners in Southern California, Louisiana and Texas and the advent of a growing Net Zero Energy industry along with Solar Cogeneration sm & Solar Trigeneration sm energy systems. This culminated in a family-owned 200 (Net Zero Energy) home real estate development in Desert Hot Springs which has been approved but not yet constructed. 

During this time, the REI's Founder became a volunteer and Advisor to the University of Texas' Solar Decathlon Competition. He coordinated the donation of the same solar thermal system used at the Audubon Nature Center's facility in Los Angeles, for UT's entry in the 2002 Solar Decathlon Competition in Washington, D.C.  UT's entry in the Solar Decathlon Competition placed 1st in the domestic hot water competition that year (2002) and 4th overall, out of 20 universities that had entered. 

In 2006, after Hurricane Kattrina devastated New Orleans, the REI was formed and several of the REI's board members and a Professor from the University of Texas School of Architecture formed a design team to enter the Brad Pitt/Global Green Rebuild New Orleans Competition.  Our entry also focused on sustainable building solutions and materials as well as the Net Zero Energy concepts, incorporating once again, a Solar Trigeneration sm energy system. 

Today, the REI "Flagship" has chartered the Renewable Energy Institute in Florida, with discussions to open REI state chapters in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Minnesota and Oregon. 

The REI supports greater use of Net Zero Energy systems by architects, builders, homeowners and owners of commercial buildings. This includes "upgrading" homes and commercial buildings to Net Zero Energy.  The REI provides Net Zero Energy; advertising, business development, conferences, e-commerce, education, marketing, online marketing, public relations, renewable energy, sales and strategic marketing solutions for architects, builders, cities, colleges, HVAC contractors, Net Zero Energy developers, real estate developers and universities.

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We support the Renewable Energy Institute by donating a portion of our profits to the Renewable Energy Institute in their efforts to reduce fossil fuel use by transitioning to Renewable Energy Technologies and reducing/eliminating Carbon Emissions, Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Greenhouse Gas Emissions.

The Renewable Energy Institute is "Changing The Way The World Makes and Uses Energy" SM by providing research & development, funding and resources that reduce the cost of Renewable Energy Technologies and making a faster transition to Carbon Free Energy, Clean Power Generation, & Pollution Free Power."


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