One year after its launch, HETI has brought together 18 leading companies to help steer the initiative’s agenda and established four sector-specific, industry-led working groups focused on carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), hydrogen, industrial decarbonization and capital formation.
The final day of the annual conference included virtual sessions featuring nearly 40 leaders in industry, academia and public interest organizations sharing insights on the changing energy landscape through a global and national lens.
See photos from the three-day conference including receptions, tours and the luncheon.
As the Energy Capital of the World, Houston is the headquarters and the intellectual capital for virtually every segment of the energy industry including exploration, production, transmission, marketing, supply, and technology. The critical mass created by such a high concentration of companies and thought leaders in one geographic area yields opportunities for all sectors of the energy industry, including a growing focus on energy tech and renewable forms of energy.
Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges of our time. Players across the capital spectrum are looking to invest in a wide range of companies developing low carbon technologies; and the money is flowing!
Advanced technology and new business models have given rise to a new energy system. Today, global energy companies are actively partnering with startups to help commercialize and deploy low-carbon technologies.
Technology has revolutionized the global energy industry, and tackling climate change head on. Founders from some of the world's most promising energy tech startups discuss their critical role in accelerating the global energy transition.
Works with leaders from local energy firms to recruit, develop and expand companies within the sector.
Engages industry and policy leadership at the local, state and federal levels to maintain sound energy policy.
Focuses on formulating and implementing a Smart Cities plan for the Houston region.