Homepage

alt="view of a well-lighted building at dusk with a gold seashell sculpture in the courtyard and traffic/car lights on the street"

The Energy University

looking up at a multi-story building with plants growing in the exterior building cladding

Fueling a Sustainable Energy Transition

The Energy Institute is supporting a series of interdisciplinary projects to advance the most promising global energy transition research at UT, comprising 53 faculty members and researchers from nine schools across the university.

workers install a new pipeline

Energy Infrastructure of the Future

A multi-year, interdisciplinary study with a new interactive tool that supports a better understanding of the costs and impacts associated with investment in the nation’s aging energy infrastructure.

Energy Education at The University of Texas at Austin

The Energy Institute works with schools and departments across campus to foster energy-related courses. The Institute manages the interdisciplinary Graduate Portfolio Program in Energy Studies; sponsors a weekly guest lecture series, the UT Energy Symposium; and hosts UT Energy Week, an annual gathering of energy experts.

More

Resources

glasses sitting on a desk in front of an open laptop

Energy Tradeoffs Discussions

Conversations with scholars and experts whose work addresses the difficult tradeoffs associated with the green energy transition.

hand with chalk drawing of an envelope

UT Energy Bulletin

A monthly e-newsletter recap of all things energy on The University of Texas at Austin campus.

Professor Erich Schneider being interviewed at his desk

Find an Expert

Energy at UT has more than 300 energy experts contributing to world-class research.

Spotlight

UT Energy Week

UT Energy Week 2021, Energy Transition: Agents of Change, Changing Agents, was held April 13-14. Find videos and slides from the event here.

UT Energy Symposium

This weekly class and public lecture series on Tuesdays during the fall/spring semesters features energy sector leaders and experts.

Energy@UT Insights

Independent perspectives, analysis, and opinions from UT scholars and affiliated experts

2020 Summer Energy Talks

A special 4-part series in July and August: one-on-one conversations with experts about how energy affects our lives and economy.