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Your Support Makes Our Research Possible

The Webber Energy Group is supported by a variety of governmental agencies, companies, consortia, individuals and foundations. Your financial support makes it possible for us to fulfill our mission of conducting rigorous research and communicating our findings to the broader world.

There are two ways to give gifts to the Webber Energy Group

Gifts to the Webber Energy Group Discretionary Fund are fully available immediately for cutting edge research, communications, and leadership development.
Donate to the Webber Energy Group Discretionary Fund
Gifts to the Osborne Green Energy Endowed Excellence Fund support leadership training and professional development for Webber Energy Group students. 4.5% of the fund’s total value is available to the Webber Energy Group each year.
Donate to the Osborne Green Energy Endowed Excellence Fund

The Webber Energy Group would like to thank the following sponsors who have provided financial support for our research and energy literacy efforts between September 2007 and December 2023.

Federal Government

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

U.S. Department of Energy (DoE)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Idaho National Laboratory

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Sandia National Laboratory (SNL)

State Government

ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas)

Texas State Energy Conservation Office (SECO)

Texas Air Research Center

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)

Texas Emerging Technology Fund (Office of the Governor)

Texas General Land Office

Texas Water Development Board (TWDB)

The University of Texas at Austin

Harrington Fellows Program at UT Austin

Local Government

Austin Energy

Austin Water Utility

CPS Energy

Lower Colorado River Authority

Tarrant Regional Water District

Foundations and Non-Profits

308 Grace Street

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

American Clean Skies Foundation

Aspen Institute

Bake Family Trust

BQuest Foundation

Catena Foundation

Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)

Charities Aid Foundation

Clean Grid Initiative

CleanTX Foundation

Conservative Energy Network

Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation

Doris Duke Foundation (via Pecan Street, Inc.)

EcoRise Youth Innovations

Education Foundation of America (EFAW)

Energy Foundation

Environmental Defense Fund

Hewlett Foundation

Intel Foundation

Jewish Community Endowment

Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science

The Lemelson Foundation

Markle Foundation

The Meadows Foundation

Pecan Street, Inc.

Power Across Texas

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation

The Rockefeller Foundation

Roy A. Hunt Foundation

San Antonio Area Foundation

The Sloan Foundation

Sustainable America

Texas Environmental Grantmakers Group

Tiller Family foundation

Ulopono Initiative


The Winkler Family Foundation

Webber Family Foundation


27 Ventures

Air Liquide


American Chemistry Council





Bansera Electric Co-op



Chesapeake Energy


Chicago Bridge

Crescent Energy Finance

Crescent Point Resources


El Paso

Enchanted Rock

ENGIE North America Inc.


First Republic Bank

GDS Associates

Goodnight Midstream

Grid United

GTI Energy

Hewlett Packard Labs

InnerHarbor Advisors



Johnson Controls



National Instruments

Northern Star Generation

Omega Nine Corporation


Pedernales Electric Cooperative

Proctor & Gamble


Rockland Capital



Spears Abacus Advisors

Specific Energy


Texas Gas Service

Total Petrochemical

TPS Power Holdings LLC


Wells Fargo Foundation

WoodGroup Mustang


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