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Startups, Corporate Giants Announce New Houston Energy 2.0 Projects in First Half of '21

The pandemic, social influence and other factors appear to be accelerating the energy transition to a low-carbon future. Companies large and small as well as governments around the world are…
International Business

Chair of International Investment and Trade Discusses Houston's Position as a Great Global City

As a thriving, global city, Houston’s ties stretch to all corners of the world. The region's geographic location makes it easy to move both goods and people around the world efficiently. From the…
Digital Technology

Energy Tech Accelerator Could Bring Jobs

Clean energy accelerator Greentown Labs opened April 22 in the former Fiesta market in Midtown. The Boston-based company launched in ’11 to foster early stage startups tackling climate change.   With…
Economic Development

Five Digital Literacy Skills and How Businesses Can Assess Them

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to adopt technological alternatives to in-person meetings, gatherings, and operations in a matter of weeks, rapidly widening the breadth of tasks…
Economic Development

NRG Moving Headquarters to Houston, Adding Fortune 500 Energy Company to Region

NRG Energy, Inc. announced today that the company is consolidating its headquarters in Houston from its current base in Princeton, N.J. The company cited the diversity of Houston’s professional…

Riverbend Energy Group Expands to Invest in Early-Stage Energy 2.0 Companies

The energy transition toward a low-carbon future is prompting many longtime players in the oil and gas sector to broaden their focus. The pivot is occurring not just among the energy companies…
Executive Partners