Register Now for the 2023 Texas Energy Summit

Schedule of events:
Tuesday, November 14:
Pre-conference Workshops & Welcome Reception
Wednesday, November 15:
Day 1 of the Texas Energy Summit & Appreciation Reception
Thursday, November 16:
Day 2 of the Texas Energy Summit 

We’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the 20th Annual Texas Energy Summit, taking place from November 14-16, 2023, at the Texas Capitol in Austin. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity, as space is limited – secure your spot today!

It’s been an eventful year for energy, the grid, and air quality in Texas. Please mark your calendar for November 14-16, 2023 to talk about all of it at the 20th Texas Energy Summit!  Organized by the Energy Systems Laboratory, a division of the Texas A&M University System, this year’s Summit will be hosted at the Texas Capitol in Austin.

You don’t want to miss this year’s event. The focus of the Summit, as always, is the intersection of air quality and energy systems, all energy systems: the grid, transportation, oil and gas, and industrial. We design the Summit sessions to lead to actionable next steps to improve air quality in Texas. Summit participants hear from and work with experts in the technologies, policies, and programs that accelerate emissions reductions, and collaborate to accelerate needed changes to clean the air.

Keynote speakers: This year we are excited to be joined by CPS Energy CEO, Rudy Garza; Director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at the U.S. Department of Energy, Dr. Shalanda Baker; and co-founder and senior advisor of the Texas Tribune, Evan Smith. Be prepared to learn, listen, and discuss with these three leaders in their fields and stay tuned as we announce additional speakers.

Who attends the Texas Energy Summit:

Our attendees are a diverse group from government, industry, academia, and non-profit organizations. The conference focuses on the intersection of air quality and energy with sessions on energy management, renewable energy, storage, zero emission fleets, sustainability, and resiliency. We explore policies and programs that improve air quality, foster economic development, advance new technologies, and reduce costs and waste. The goal is to not only inform the audience, but also to identify next actions to advance policies and projects that can materially benefit Texans.

What to expect

As always, our focus is on the critical intersection of energy systems and air quality, with a particular focus on the grid and clean energy. This year, we have an exceptional lineup of thought-provoking speakers, informative sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities. Join us to explore the remarkable work happening in Texas to add clean energy and reduce emissions.

The main days of the Summit are November 15-16 with pre-conference workshops and a welcome reception on November 14. November 15-16 will feature keynote speakers, breakout sessions, plenary panels, a student poster competition, and more.

Register today.