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UT Energy Week
February 16 – 20, 2015
Etter-Harbin Alumni Center
The first annual UT Energy Week is bringing together renowned experts in academia, industry, government, and the non-profit world to discuss some of the most vital energy issues facing society today. Distinguished speakers participating in the conference include:
  • Christi Craddick, Chairman, Texas Railroad Commission
  • Jose Bravo, Chief Scientist, Shell
  • Doyle N. Beneby, President and Chief Executive Officer, CPS Energy
  • John Goodenough, Virginia H. Cockrell Centennial Chair in Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Rebecca Klein, Chair, Power Across Texas; former Chair, Public Utility Commission of Texas
  • Kay Bailey Hutchison, Former United States Senator
View the full program or register

UT Energy Week is co-hosted by the Energy Institute and the student-run Longhorn Energy Club with the participation of schools and colleges across the UT Austin campus engaged in energy research.

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Thank you very much for your time.


Carey W. King, Ph.D., 512.471.5468,

My research and students seek a systems approach to describe the role of energy and energy technologies in our past and future. This approach provides the best way to both address questions about our future economy and environment as well as understand how individual technologies can and cannot affect the macro-scale and long-run trends that will frame our future options. I seek understanding of the relationships among:
  • energy resources and technologies,
  • population demographics,
  • water and food,
  • macroeconomic factors, and 
  • implications of internalizing environmental externalities.
To learn more about Carey's research, visit his website or contact him using this information:
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The University of Texas at Austin, 2304 Whitis Ave, C2400, Austin, TX 78712-1718

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