Clean Technologies and Renewable Energy Center at DRI is a credible, independent authority regarding the benefits and limitations of renewable energy systems and their impacts upon the environment. The current focus of DRI’s renewable energy research is on wind energy, hydrogen applications, and biomass-to-energy systems.
Our mission is to promote and coordinate renewable energy research development, demonstration, and deployment activities. View our fact sheet for more information and highlighted projects.
Clean Technologies and Renewable Energy Center at DRI is the organizational umbrella under which all of DRI's renewable energy research is conducted. Clean Technologies and Renewable Energy Center promotes and coordinates renewable energy research, development, demonstration, and deployment activities by DRI faculty members and their partners.
NSWEP is a collaboration among the Nevada State Office of Energy, the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, UNLV, UNR, and DRI. NSWEP funding is provided by DOE, and is managed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.