Creating a clean and secure future
EDL scientists and engineers are developing disruptive technologies that enable new, practical solutions for the most intractable energy and environmental challenges facing America today. Partnered with academic and industry leaders, EDL confronts these challenges by creating what it calls "transformational" energy systems.
EDL is a nonprofit research corporation owned by Utah State University (USU) as a part of the USU Research Foundation (USURF). Situated on USU's Innovation Campus in North Logan, Utah, EDL has access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. EDL in-house expertise is complemented by its sister organization, the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL), which has a 50‐year legacy of resources in engineering, systems integration, program management and technology innovation. EDL also has offices in Salt Lake City and Vernal, UT.
At EDL, we understand that technology innovation is the key to resolving the world's energy issues. By solving energy issues, we will also be well on the path to resolving the world's environmental challenges. We recognize that to achieve these goals our greatest resource is creative, productive people. To foster their innate creativity and innovative problem solving, we strive to create an environment in which our people can flourish and grow professionally, personally, and in service to our community.