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KBH Energy Center holds 2nd annual Women in Energy panel

April 29, 2019

The KBH Energy Center hosted its 2nd Annual Women in Energy Panel to enable students from a variety of schools and colleges across the UT campus to learn from female energy leaders who have succeeded in an industry heavily comprised of men. The event concluded with a reception hosted by Thompson and Knight where students were able to meet with panelists and industry in an informal setting.

Experts explore energy storage and electric grid of the future during 9th annual Austin Electricity Conference

April 29, 2019

Experts from academia, industry, and government regulatory agencies gathered on the UT campus April 4 – 5 for the 9th annual Austin Electricity Conference. The theme for this year’s event, The Role of Storage in the Grid of the Future, spurred robust dialogue among participants, who explored the technological, business, operational, policy and regulatory aspects of energy storage.

Shell Chief Technology Officer discusses how energy giant supports R&D on a global scale

March 29, 2019

Yuri Sebregts, Chief Technology Officer for Shell, answered questions from a roomful of students and others...

UT researchers explore potential for increased hydrogen usage

March 29, 2019

UT Austin researchers have recently participated in two studies leading to the publication of scientific articles...

Researchers develop solar-powered moisture harvester that collects and cleans water from air

March 29, 2019

New research from UT Austin engineers may help provide critical access to clean water in disaster situations and water crises, as well as poverty-stricken areas and developing countries...

Can we escape our car-centric world?

March 29, 2019

The American dream of suburban home ownership and the freedom to roam...

Cockrell School of Engineering issues Texas Engineer magazine

Feb. 27, 2019

As one of the top-ranked engineering schools in the country, UT’s Cockrell School of Engineering is recognized worldwide...

Public vs. Private: the debate over Puerto Rico’s new electric grid rages on

Feb. 27, 2019

Eliván Martínez Mercado, an investigative journalist based in Puerto Rico and a 2019 UT Energy Journalism Fellow, is working on a new book...