The Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute is a collaboration of power market participants encompassing a variety of public and private stakeholders, including:

  • Transmission Companies
  • Municipal Utilities
  • Community Action and Consumer Reps
  • Academia
  • IT & Software Companies
  • Big Data Companies
  • Energy Consulting Businesses
  • Energy Research & Development Companies

Our diverse group of players bring together a breadth of knowledge and resources for a common purpose – to better understand and address energy and fuel poverty in Texas.  We are interested in advancing the collective knowledge about low-income households and their relationship to energy.  The strength of our consortium model lies in our ability to leverage research dollars to share research findings with each other, public sector agencies, policymakers, and the general public, and to help inform effective and innovative delivery of technology, services, and policy.

We are here not for income, but for outcome