A whole new energy.
New Mexico certainly has more than its share of solar and wind power. But when it comes to supporting energy firms, the biggest forces in this state are government and brain power. And Mesa del Sol puts you in the perfect position to get all of it working for you. That’s part of why companies like Schott Solar, CFV Solar Test Laboratory and MSF-FSR Managed Engineering Services already call Mesa del Sol home. It’s also why Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) selected Mesa del Sol as the site for an ambitious smart-grid demonstration project.
New Mexico’s state government has a long-established record of generous industry incentives and supportive political leadership. And Albuquerque’s regional research community — which includes Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory — has made it a national leader in renewable energy research and development. When you locate in Mesa del Sol, Sandia becomes your next-door neighbor, with Los Alamos just a two-hour drive away. And NEDO’s unique partnership with Sandia and Mesa del Sol will create a real-world laboratory for emerging renewable technologies.
On the facilities side of the equation, Mesa del Sol can create a place for your company that provides the finest infrastructure for power and telecommunications, low operating costs, build-to-suit technical workspace and ample acreage for future expansion. Just ask Schott Solar, which got its manufacturing plant up and running in Mesa del Sol in just 14 months.
All this in a city with one of the largest concentrations of Ph.D-level scientists in the nation. Like we said, smart power.