Water and Energy in Texas: Solutions from Texas A&M

This conference, hosted by the Texas A&M Energy Institute and the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), will highlight many of the cutting-edge research programs at Texas A&M University that explore the challenges and opportunities of conventional and emerging energy technologies that rely on the use and reuse of water. Student research will also be showcased during a reception where students will exhibit posters and answer questions about their current energy projects.

With participants from state agencies, multiple departments and other Texas A&M University System components, this conference will be of interest to faculty, students, community leaders, economic development professionals and industry stakeholders throughout Texas.

Register online: http://growingtexas.tamu.edu/WaterAndEnergyInTexas/Registration. Early-bird registration is $95 until September 21. After September 21, registration is $125. Registration includes continental breakfast both days, lunch and a reception. Registration is free of charge to TAMU (College Station) faculty, staff and students, but everyone must register to attend. There is no charge for non-TAMU students to attend.

Rooms are available at the Hilton College Station at a rate of $93/night. Contact the hotel directly at 979-693-7500 for reservations and mention the group code GROW.

Sponsorships are available. Contact Lisa Groce at 979-458-1688 or llgroce@tamu.edu.



Wed, Oct. 3 - Thu, Oct. 4, 2012
8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central


Hilton College Station & Conference Center
College Station, Texas