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Economic Development

Energy Leaders Discuss the Current State of the Global Industry Amid New Challenges

Houston has long been revered as the world capital of the energy industry. The region remains one of the largest energy economies with 4,600 energy companies and 18 Fortune 500 energy headquarters. …

Sunnova's John Berger Says Solar Industry Has a Bright Future in Houston

As the Energy Capital of the World, Houston has the ability to lead the global energy transition to a more efficient and sustainable, lower-carbon future while simultaneously accommodating demand…
Economic Development

Report Outlines Carbon Reduction Strategy for Houston

Houston can leverage its existing energy workforce and knowledge base to reduce its own carbon output by millions of tons annually in the decades ahead, serving as a model for global energy…
Digital Technology

Greentown Labs Selects Midtown Site for Houston Incubator

Greentown Labs, the cleantech startup incubator that earlier this summer announced plans to open a Houston facility in 2021, has chosen a spot on the south side of Midtown near the much-anticipated…

Rice Alliance Launching New Clean Energy Accelerator

The Rice Alliance is launching a clean energy accelerator in 2021 at The Ion, the innovation hub in midtown Houston.  The new hands-on, 12 week program will support early-stage energy startups from…

Energy 2.0 Pulse with Jose Beceiro: COVID-19 Impact to Energy Tech & More

Houston is home to several key Energy 2.0 developments of new and existing components of the industry (see a few of the major 2020 announcements here).  Jose Beceiro joined the Partnership earlier…
Executive Partners