American Nuclear Society presents Spotlight on the National Labs: National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Accelerating the efficient transition to future energy systems that are secure, resilient, reliable, affordable, and clean.

Learn about NREL's history and how the lab is leading the way in advancing clean energy technologies and their integration into the global energy system, including evaluation of multi-technology, multi-sectoral solutions with nuclear energy. NREL applies its expertise worldwide to scale up use of advanced renewable energy technologies for the power, transport, buildings, and industrial sectors and optimize overall energy system performance. They have extensive experience in adapting and applying energy solutions for countries and all regions throughout the world. Hear about the clean energy jobs of the future, energy transformations, and opportunities to engage internationally across various technologies and with multiple stakeholders.

From its start in 1977 to today, NREL has pushed the boundaries of what's possible. For over 40 years, NREL has expanded American prosperity and security through world-class research. NREL is the federal laboratory dedicated to research, development, commercialization, and deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. NREL focuses on creative answers to today's energy challenges. From breakthroughs in fundamental science to new clean technologies to integrated energy systems that power our lives, NREL researchers are transforming the way the nation and the world use energy.


  • Martin Keller, Laboratory Director, NREL
  • Jill Engel-Cox, Director of JISEA and the CEM NICE Future initiative, NREL
  • Jordan Cox, Lead for the Nuclear Flexibility Campaign, NREL
  • Grant Buster, Data Scientist and former engineer for NuScale Probabilistic Risk Assessment, NREL
  • Mark Ruth, Hydrogen Specialist, NREL
  • Ellen Morris, Director of University Partnerships and C3E Ambassador, NREL


  • Matt Wargon, Senior Nuclear Design Engineer, TerraPower and ANS Young Members Group Co-Program Chair

Remarks From

  • Giulia Bisconti, Senior Advisor for Multilateral Cooperation, Office of Nuclear Energy, U.S. Department of Energy and NICE Future Team

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