Public Research Institute, (PRI), is a state of the art provider of engineering services.
PRIs  current focus is conversion of economies to Carbon Neutrality.   to assist communities profitably develop their renewable resources, using state of the art technologies such as the following:
PRI and its partners developed power conversion technologies to enable commercial exploitation of resources heretofore of no commercial value.   These power conversion technologies permit the Institute to offer turnkey solutions which exploit thermal resources with temperatures from 70oC to 200oC, hydrologicheads from 2 - 30 meters, and wind speeds averaging more than 5 m/sec.
PRI's Photo Voltaic solar plants produce dispatchable power at $ 0.042 /kwh, while the it's combined Wind/Solar plants produce power at $0.0265 /kwh, and it's 100 Mwe Hot Dry Rock Geothermal Plant produces power at $ 0.014 / kwh.  In contrast, the competition's petroleum fueled plants produce power at $ 0.29 /kwh or more than 12 times more, and their coal plants produce power at $ 0.09 /kwh or nearly 5 times more !
We invite you to explore our site and learn more about our exciting organization
Distributed generation of electricity using renewable power sources.
Solid state storage of electrical power.
High efficiency wind turbines designed and optimized for 7 m/sec wind velocities, (class 3 sites)
Francis hydro turbines designed by Siemens
Ossberger hydro turbines designed by Ossberger Gmbh.
Rooftop equator tilted Triple Junction 28% Solar Panels, with power densities > 260 we / m2
Sodium-sulfur batteries with capacities of 50 Kwe to 2Mwe
Hot Dry Rock GeoThermal & Conventional GeoThermal plants operating at resource temperatures of 70oC to 125oC.
PRI is managed by it's directors, for the benefit of it's members and the public, following the path laid 30 years ago... "to go where others have been.... To see what none have seen...."
or... To think outside the box.

PRI is a lean organization, with a flat organizational structure.  It is managed by itís directors, each selected for skills which complement, creating a comprehensive team.

The Institute has 4 international chapters, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Namibia, and Martinique, which report to headquarters in Brooklyn, NY
Headquarters supplies expertise to the chapters and is organized into 4 divisions:

The Projects division's current mission is conversion of national economies to Carbon Neutrality

The Engineering division is organized as follows:
        PRI Solar

The Research Division is needs driven and is currently writing up the findings from the Pegasus Expedition