Join us for a first-of-its-kind event bringing together energy professionals and students from across all areas of study—from engineering to communications to policy to fine arts—for an afternoon of discussions and networking centered on the importance of cross-disciplinary collaboration in energy innovation, and the key role UT students have to play in strengthening our Texas innovation ecosystem.
Hosted by the UT Energy Institute, Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, Longhorn Energy Club, and the UT Texas Entrepreneurship Exchange for Energy (TEX-E) fellows.
The Energy Institute is the academic sponsor of the 2023 China Energy Summit & Exhibition which serves as the annual destination for industries working towards carbon neutrality and energy security.
Funding just awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) will lay the groundwork for a new regional innovation engine in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, helping to bridge the gaps between research, entrepreneurship, and job creation in that region.
At The University of Texas at Austin, one of the world’s leading research institutions, the Energy Institute is the gateway to UT’s top scholars and experts working across the entire spectrum of energy. We facilitate interdisciplinary research and engagement to transform the future of energy worldwide.
The Energy Institute supported 12 multi-investigator, interdisciplinary research projects involving 53 faculty and full-time researchers from 9 colleges and schools focused on addressing some of the most pressing energy challenges facing society.
The Energy Institute is supporting the momentum behind hydrogen energy through research, partnerships, and education. Read more about the recent HyVelocity Hub announcement and stay up-to-date on hydrogen news at UT Austin.
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.
Visit the Energy Institute YouTube channel to watch UT Energy Symposiums from our twelve-year archive. The weekly talks will resume for the fall semester on August 29.
The University of Texas at Austin has released an unbiased assessment of the data and events of the February 2021 winter storm blackouts.
A new online interactive dashboard enables users to understand the costs and impacts of major supplies and demands of energy through the year 2050 across the U.S.
H2@Scale brings hydrogen industry leaders together in Texas to design, build, and operate the first dedicated renewable hydrogen network.