In the accelerating transition to a lower-carbon world, no city in the United States stands to gain or lose more than Houston, with entrepreneurial businesses and start-up technologies playing critical roles. Part I of this timely series explored Houston’s position at the locus of the global energy transition and offered a national perspective on business and policy considerations affecting energy entrepreneurship. Part II examined the local and regional ecosystem for energy entrepreneurship and how Houston can maintain its preeminence as the energy capital of the world.
This webinar was co-sponsored by the Baker Institute McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth and Center for Energy Studies. Follow @BakerMcNair and @CES_Baker_Inst on Twitter and join the conversation with #BakerEntrepreneur.
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Bobby Tudor, J.D.
CEO, Artemis Energy Partners; Retired Founder and CEO of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.
Adria Wilson, Ph.D.
Manager, U.S. Policy and Advocacy, Breakthrough Energy
Bryan Guido Hassin
Co-Founder and CEO, Third Derivative
George Webb, J.D.
Scholar for Entrepreneurship, McNair Center for Entrepreneurship & Economic Growth, Baker Institute