THE FUTURE OF ENERGY IS HERE

The Global Energy Park (or “Glo Park”) will be an epicenter of collaboration between industry, government, and academia focused on the global transition toward clean, renewable, sustainable, and equitable energy solutions. The Glo Park campus is directly adjacent to the world-renowned National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), home to the National Center for Photovoltaics, the National Bioenergy Center, and the National Wind Technology Center. NexCore Companies will partner with the State of Colorado and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to build an energy campus where global leaders will come together to tackle the planet’s most complex and imminent energy issues.
Glo Park - Community Building
Glo Park - Terrace View

Key Attributes

Global Innovation Campus

The Glo Park campus will afford tenant/partners unparalleled access to global leaders in the fields of renewable energy, climate technology and sustainability practices.

Net-Zero Facilities

The Glo Park Campus will be built with the most state-of-the-art technologies, yielding a "living laboratory" for climate resiliency and sustainability practices.

NREL Collaboration Opportunities

The Glo Park Campus will be a center of collaboration led by the National Laboratory and academic institutions. Tenant/Partners will gain unprecedented access to NREL expertise, technology and newly extended facilities within the campus

World Class Location

Located in one of the fastest growing counties in the state of Colorado and among one of the most highly educated workforces in the country, the 9.3 acre campus and 400,000 square feet R&D facility is set to attract an abundant and highly skilled workforce.

Glo Park - Community Building
Glo Park - Terrace View

Key Attributes

Global Innovation Campus

The Glo Park campus will afford tenant/partners unparalleled access to global leaders in the fields of renewable energy, climate technology and sustainability practices.

Net-Zero Facilities

The Glo Park Campus will be built with the most state-of-the-art technologies, yielding a "living laboratory" for climate resiliency and sustainability practices.

NREL Collaboration Opportunities

The Glo Park Campus will be a center of collaboration led by the National Laboratory and academic institutions. Tenant/Partners will gain unprecedented access to NREL expertise, technology and newly extended facilities within the campus

World Class Location

Located in one of the fastest growing counties in the state of Colorado and among one of the most highly educated workforces in the country, the 9.3 acre campus and 400,000 square feet R&D facility is set to attract an abundant and highly skilled workforce.

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Cluster of Collaboration

The Glo Park Campus is designed to become the global epicenter for the most advanced research and commercial application of renewable energy, climate resiliency and sustainability technology.

In addition to housing the most advanced and purpose-built infrastructure, every aspect of the campus plan will be designed around collaborative interactions and an intent to foster thought leadership. Outdoor amphitheaters, breakout rooms, and large-scale conference space will be designed throughout the campus to allow for impromptu meetings and planned conferences with global leaders.

A Global Mix of Energy Tenants

Utilities working to transition the power grid and sector to a carbon-free portfolio of renewable energy sources, supporting residential and commercial building sustainability goals.

Logistical operators interested in redefining the supply chain through a focus on resilient and sustainable operations and clean transfers of goods and ideas.

Investment firms seeking to unleash the potential of the most powerful innovations in the energy industry, bringing critical technology to communities and the marketplace.

Multimodal transportation companies focused on the future of sustainable mobility, fueling the future of transportation across town and around the world.

Cluster of Collaboration

The Glo Park Campus is designed to become the global epicenter for the most advanced research and commercial application of renewable energy, climate resiliency and sustainability technology.

In addition to housing the most advanced and purpose-built infrastructure, every aspect of the campus plan will be designed around collaborative interactions and an intent to foster thought leadership. Outdoor amphitheaters, breakout rooms, and large-scale conference space will be designed throughout the campus to allow for impromptu meetings and planned conferences with global leaders.

sustainability

Utilities working to transition the power grid and sector to a carbon-free portfolio of renewable energy sources, supporting residential and commercial building sustainability goals.

Logistical operators interested in redefining the supply chain through a focus on resilient and sustainable operations and clean transfers of goods and ideas.

Investment firms seeking to unleash the potential of the most powerful innovations in the energy industry, bringing critical technology to communities and the marketplace.

Multimodal transportation companies focused on the future of sustainable mobility, fueling the future of transportation across town and around the world.

Glo Park - Laboratory

A Campus That Supports Itself

Onsite renewables will create a campus unreliant on fossil fuels

Extensive EV capable charging infrastructure

Smart building controls will allow for ongoing energy monitoring & fault detection

Building materials that meet leading global warming impact standards & strict water efficiency

Glo Park - Exterior Connecting Bridge
Glo Park - Interior Connection

Conveniently connected

Glo Park will be located in the heart of Colorado’s internationally-recognized energy research and innovation ecosystem, a short walk from the uniquely important U.S. NREL.

The facility will be a model of adaptability and flexibility, serving as a demonstration site for research breakthroughs to transform the energy industry.

The campus will be physically connected via skybridges, outdoor plazas, and a network of trails and sidewalks.

The accelerator property will provide unparalleled access to NREL’s scalable modeling expertise, robust data sets, computing power, and flagship visualization capabilities.

On-site laboratories will enable NREL researchers and partners to conduct joint research and experiments and quickly visualize results using state-of-the-art capabilities.

Glo Park - Interior Cafe
Glo Park - View of Terrace

INNOVATION, INSIDE AND OUT

Glo Park’s three buildings will be thoughtfully positioned to maximize open space and mesa views.

The facility will include collaboration spaces, laboratories, and offices, including a diverse set of open meeting spaces to provide for dynamic interactions between tenants and visitors.

Exterior common areas will support a variety of activities including educational demonstrations, technology installations, and outdoor gathering places that blend with adjacent open spaces.

Modular office wings will accommodate a variety of tenant footprints and co-working environments.

The scale and reach of Glo Park will support development, testing, and scaling of the next breakthroughs in energy.

INNOVATION, INSIDE AND OUT

Glo Park’s three buildings will be thoughtfully positioned to maximize open space and mesa views.

The facility will include collaboration spaces, laboratories, and offices, including a diverse set of open meeting spaces to provide for dynamic interactions between tenants and visitors.

Exterior common areas will support a variety of activities including educational demonstrations, technology installations, and outdoor gathering places that blend with adjacent open spaces.

Modular office wings will accommodate a variety of tenant footprints and co-working environments.

The scale and reach of Glo Park will support development, testing, and scaling of the next breakthroughs in energy.

Glo Park - Interior Cafe
Glo Park - View of Terrace

Stakeholder Supported


The State of Colorado, U.S. DOE and NREL have a shared mission and commitment to this renewable energy vision, and thus have aggregated key state and federally owned land to support the development of Glo Park. Glo Park’s land is owned by the State of Colorado, leading to fast-tracked building permitting and development outside of local zoning and codes. The State of Colorado, via a 70-member stakeholder group, will act as an advocate for increased public-private partnership, additional educational opportunities, and sourcing of philanthropic funds to further enhance common areas, outdoor spaces, and even unique laboratory equipment desirable to tenants located within the campus.