UT Chevron Energy Graduate Fellows Awards: Call for Applicants
The University of Texas at Austin is partnering with Chevron to award six outstanding graduate student researchers with Energy Graduate Fellows Awards of $10,000 each.
Applications are Due Monday, April 17, 2023 | Award Announcements Expected Wednesday, May 17, 2023
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.
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.
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.
Energy Tradeoffs Discussions
Conversations with scholars and experts whose work addresses the difficult tradeoffs associated with the green energy transition.
UT Energy Bulletin
A monthly e-newsletter recap of all things energy on The University of Texas at Austin campus.
Find an Expert
Energy at UT has more than 300 energy experts contributing to world-class research.
UT Energy Week
Save the Date for UT Energy Week 2023, to be held March 28 – 31, 2023.
UT Energy Symposium
This weekly class and public lecture series on Tuesdays during the fall/spring semesters features energy sector leaders and experts.
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.
UTES: Life Cycle Assessment of Energy Transitions: The Geospatial Context of Global Change
Tuesday, Mar 28 at 12:30 PM
The Energy University Leads on Battery Innovation
The Cockrell School of Engineering has launched a new website for the UT Battery Research Group, which includes 28 faculty working on everything from novel storage materials to resource recovery.
Report: The Timeline and Events of the February 2021 Texas Electric Grid Blackouts
The University of Texas at Austin has released an unbiased assessment of the data and events of the February 2021 winter storm blackouts.
New tool models future energy costs and carbon implications for U.S.
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.
UT, Department of Energy, and partners launch hydrogen project
H2@Scale brings hydrogen industry leaders together in Texas to design, build, and operate the first dedicated renewable hydrogen network.