NMSU's College of Engineering
NMSU’s College of Engineering offers world-class education on aspects, practices, and benefits of green energy. The Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is a leading and driving force graduating diverse cohorts of students in a variety of electrical and engineering fields, including a rigorous academic Electric Utility Management Program and a renewable energy curriculum.
NMSU’s Arrowhead Center
Arrowhead Center provides entrepreneurship and innovation programs and services to the NMSU system community as well as the broader statewide community. Since inception, Arrowhead has been effective in building and expanding such services to support innovation, job creation and workforce development across the state and multi-state region (e.g. West Texas). Over the past few years, Arrowhead has introduced industry sector accelerator sprints to jumpstart sector-based entrepreneurship and commercialization.
To answer some of today’s most important energy problems and help with economic development growth in the clean energy industry, Arrowhead Center and College of Engineering are offering an accelerator program, Energy Sprint.
Energy Sprint is a 5-week venture builder for New Mexico innovators in clean technology.
Who We’re Looking For
We are hoping to find startups and established businesses that are leading the creation of innovative solutions in renewable energy, energy storage, and applications of energy to cyber security.
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