The Center for Revolutionary Solar Photoconversion (CRSP) is a research center of the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory. The Collaboratory is a unique research partnership that allows companies and other organizations to become members of its research centers and access the research capabilities of four world-class research institutions: National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Colorado State University, University of Colorado at Boulder, and Colorado School of Mines.
CRSP is dedicated to the basic and applied research necessary to create revolutionary new solar energy technologies, as well as education and training opportunities. The research lays the foundation for highly improved future renewable energy technologies that exhibit highly efficient and low-cost production of both fuels and electricity via direct solar-conversion processes. CRSP funds research with the potential to be revolutionary and transformative, as well as leading to useful IP for the member companies.
Membership in CRSP allows companies and research institutions to learn about and participate in solar photoconversion science and technology advances as well as access IP generated by CRSP researchers. The close interaction between member companies and universities also enables recruiting opportunities for students trained in renewable energy research.
Learn more about becoming a member of CRSP by visiting Membership.
Research institutions that are interested in becoming an Affiliate Research Institution should contact the CRSP Managing Director.
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