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UT Energy Week

Register now! UT Energy Week 2024 will be held March 25 – 29, 2024. Hosted by the UT Energy Institute and the Kay Bailey Hutchison Energy Center, UT Energy Week 2024 will include five days of panels, keynotes, and special events.

Hydrogen Energy

Hydrogen Resources and News

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.

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UT Energy Bulletin

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

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Find an Expert

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

 

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UT Energy Week

UT Energy Week 2024 will be held March 25 – 29, 2024. 


 

UT Energy Symposium

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

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Catch Up on Past UT Energy Symposiums

Visit the Energy Institute YouTube channel to watch UT Energy Symposiums from our twelve-year archive.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Thanks to our corporate partners for their generous support of UT's Energy Institute

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