Archive for: energy


Higher Ed Makes Headlines at Conference on the Forty Acres

UT’s campus became the epicenter of Texas public policy debates over the weekend as the Forty Acres hosted the second-annual Texas Tribune Festival. The conference—the...


UT Scientists Fuel Method for Cleaning up Nuclear Waste

Fukushima. Chernobyl. Nuclear fuel has a long, fraught history. More expensive than coal, and more dangerous than oil. A litany of reasons prevents the United States...


UT Utilities Director Receives Award for Energy Ingenuity

Can’t see the video? Click here. $150 million. That’s how much UT spent on energy efficiency in the past year. That’s some serious sticker-shock,...


Americans are Worried About Energy, UT Poll Finds

A new poll from the McCombs School of Business’ Energy Management and Innovation Center found that less than 14 percent of Americans believe the U.S. is headed...


UT Behind Ambitious Smart-Grid Energy Project

An ambitious smart-grid energy project is making major headlines today, bringing 100 electric Chevy Volts to the streets of Austin and helping pilot-program participants...

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