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Program Overview

Building on earlier successes, the goal of the Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (TIEEP) is to help Texas industries maintain their world-leading position through ever-improving energy intensity, reduced environmental impact, and enhanced social and economic development. TIEEP is sponsored by SECO, the Texas State Energy Conservation Office.

Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Network (TIEEN)

The Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Network (TIEEN) is a network of publicly supported industrial energy-efficiency organizations. The goal of the network is to enhance opportunities for effective collaboration by members through structured periodic communication. TIEEN was established by the State Energy Conservation Office ( SECO), and administrative support is provided through the Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (TIEEP), run by UH Energy.

Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Program 2019 Advisory Council Members

  • Raul Adarme, Motiva
  • Pramod Bengani, Ascend Performance Materials
  • Jeff Brumbaugh, ExxonMobil
  • Jack Buehler, Shell
  • George Chen, Chevron
  • John Curry, Citgo
  • Gavin Dillingham, HARC
  • Fred Fendt, The Dow Chemical Company
  • David Reid, Celanese

Upcoming/Recent Events and Materials BROWSE EVENTS ARCHIVE

2020 AIChE Spring Meeting and 16th Global Congress on Process Safety

SESSIONS TIEEP Sessions at AIChE Meeting

Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - 1:30pm - 5:15pm

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