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Better Energy Solutions

New technologies and business models are fundamentally changing the way we make, manage, and use energy. We call these technologies “advanced energy,” and they are leading toward a prosperous future.

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An Economic Opportunity

Texas is a natural for advanced energy. Texas has abundant homegrown resources for making the energy we use secure, clean, reliable, and affordable. And Texas has the pro-business, pro-growth spirit to make the most of the advanced energy opportunity.

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Making It Happen

The Texas Advanced Energy Business Alliance is made up of companies that are making it happen. As these companies grow, so does the Texas economy, creating jobs and contributing toward prosperity for all Texans.

TAEBA Reports

Report: Value of Integrating Distributed Energy Resources in Texas

Demand Side Analytics prepared this analysis for Texas Advanced Energy Business Alliance (TAEBA) that concludes electricity customers across the state could save $5.47 billion over the next decade by using distributed energy resources (DERs) like solar energy, energy storage, efficiency, and electric vehicles to reduce the need for more costly peak power generation and transmission and distribution investments. The report quantifies the value of integrating DERs into transmission and distribution planning and allowing them to participate in existing wholesale markets.

Complete the form to download the complete report or fact sheets on Distributed Energy Resources 101; DERs Bring Value to Texas; Integrating DERs in Wholesale Markets; and Non-Wires Solutions (DERs) Reduce T&D Expenses

Advanced Energy Jobs in Texas 2018

Texas Advanced Energy Business Alliance (TAEBA) released its latest employment fact sheet showing that Texas has 233,000 people working in advanced energy in all 254 counties across the Lone Star State.This represents more workers than those in Mining, Oil & Gas (231,364), and about double those working at Auto Dealers (118,353) across the Lone Star state.

Complete the form to download the complete fact sheet for details on the types of advanced energy jobs and top 5 counties for employment.

Advanced Energy Jobs in Texas 2016

At just over 143,000 workers, advanced energy employs twice as many Texans as airlines, more than chemical manufacturing and petroleum refining, and nearly as many as building construction. The advanced energy industry now supports just over 1% of statewide employment and is expected to grow 7% by the end of 2016, with employers adding 9,334 new jobs by the end of the year. These are some of the results drawn from a new national Energy Employment Index, produced by BW Research Partnership, a leading workforce and economic development research firm. Advanced Energy Jobs in Texas 2016, prepared by BW Research for TAEBA, is the first report on the size of advanced energy employment in the Lone Star State.

View the report summary or complete the form to download the full report.


Advanced Energy in Texas

Industry Size, Trends, and Companies

This report, prepared by Navigant Research for Texas Advanced Energy Business Alliance, is the first-ever analysis of the advanced energy industry in the Lone Star State, estimating market size, identifying key trends, and highlighting growth companies. Overall finding: the advanced energy market in Texas totals $16 billion in revenue, roughly 8% of the U.S. market – and enough to buy the Dallas Cowboys five times over.

View the report summary or complete the form to download the full report.

Issue Briefs

TAEBA's issue briefs highlight how a broad range of advanced energy technologies, including energy storage, solar, wind, and electric vehicles constitute the best available technologies for meeting energy needs across Texas. These technologies are effective tools to improve the electric grid, lower cost for consumers, spur job creation, and enhance reliability and resilience

Complete the form to download issue briefs for details on how Texans can benefit from various advanced energy technologies.