RE:source is a consulting firm focused on improving building design and operations by focusing on energy and resource efficiency. Process improvements are often the fastest way to become more sustainable while boosting profitability.


Paul Westbrook combines engineering, creativity, and leadership skills in his role as a President of RE:source. Paul has experience utilizing integrated, or whole-system, design concepts to achieve significant improvements in residential, commercial, and industrial building design. Paul is also an experienced speaker in a wide range of topics including sustainability, energy, and water.


The Westbrook House – The Westbrook House is a 2713 square foot energy efficient house designed by Paul Westbrook. Completed in 1996 in Fairview, Texas (near Dallas), the house has been a model of energy and resource efficiency. Industrial Efficiency – Paul also led the effort to design the world’s first LEED Gold semiconductor manufacturing facility, which drive a building efficiency movement across many semiconductor companies.


  • 2013 - Named to the Dallas Business Journal Who's Who in Energy list
  • 2011, September – Named one of 20 Senior Fellows for the US State Department’s Energy & Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA Profile Westbrook)
  • 2009 - North Texas Municipal Water District’s first Water Genius Award Winner
  • 2008 - Fairview Citizen of the Year
  • 1996 - NAHB Energy Value Housing Award for Innovative Design

  • 2016, Apr - Moderated a panel on clean energy policy at Earth Day Texas
  • 2016, Apr - Presented at the AIA Dallas - Getting to Zero series
  • 2016, Mar - Gave a TEDxSMU talk on "Redefining the Smart Home"
  • 2014, Mar – Presented at the inaugural Energy Thought Summit (ETS) in Austin, TX
  • 2012-2013 – ECPA trips to Honduras, Boliva, Peru, and Colombia (twice). Worked with the local Green Building Councils, visited large architecture and engineering firms, met with government officials, and guest-lectured in several universities and training centers. Subjects were energy and resource efficiency, integrated building design, and climate change mitigation.
  • 2012, September – Singapore Presentation. Attended the National Efficiency Conference and gave two presentations: one on integrated design and the other about the TI RFAB Facility.
  • 2008, October – Spoke at the Energy Star Industries in Focus Forum and attended the World Energy Engineering Conference in D.C
  • 2006, May – Cover and feature story in the inaugural edition of Dallas CEO - Article from Dallas CEO publication
  • 2006, March – Keynote speaker at the Government Services Administration annual conference in Kansas City, MO. with Bill Browning
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    Paul was introduced to me several months ago by his colleague from Texas Instruments, Gail Chandler, who serves on the Chamber's Board and Executive Committee. It was apparent from the beginning of our meeting that Paul is one of the leading experts in energy solutions at the industrial level, and he was able to make more than one dozen recommendations on a much smaller scale to the Chamber as we work towards a major remodeling of our office building. While I would have been content with the notes I took during the meeting, Paul followed up our visit with a comprehensive email just days later that included links to articles and products along with follow-ups on additional ideas that he had considered after our initial get together. The Chamber has benefitted greatly from Paul's expertise, just as I am certain all who know him have across the span of his career at TI and in advising the U.S. and foreign nations on matters pertaining to efficiency.

    Bruce Bradford President & CEO: North Dallas Chamber of Commerce


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