Mission: Integrity Research Institute is an organization that investigates emerging, clean energy inventions, assists qualified new energy research, and informs the public of advancements in emerging energy.Integrity Research Institute, founded in 1991, grew out of the need for a long-term solution to the increasing dependence on fossil fuels and the associated environmental degradation. Through volunteer efforts, evaluation reports, books, videos and two IRI conferences have been produced to accurately depict many emerging energy technologies that do not use fossil fuels. Much of IRI's efforts are directed at educating the public about future energy technologies. IRI's goal is to assist energy inventors who qualify to bring their discoveries to the prototype stage of development. In that regard, IRI has begun a Clean Energy Program that evaluates emerging energy inventions and assists in finding funding for their work. IRI's goal is to implement a new energy infrastructure that provides local, on-site power and new transportation possibilities.
I have had the opportunity to know Dr. Tom Valone and the Integrity Research Institute for over 30 years and feel privileged to be associated with Tom and this excellent organization. IRI clearly embodies a wealth of information and expertise in many areas of leading-edge science, alternative energy and advanced healing technologies. As such it represents a venue which provides exciting new opportunities for pioneering scientists and new technologies to be intelligently discussed and showcased, and thus constitutes an invaluable resource for America and the world at large. Elliott Maynard, Ph.D., Founder, Arcos Cielos Research Center, Sedona, Arizona.
IRI continues to amaze me for its disciplined thought in exploring new technical options. The US will only remain competitive in the coming decades if it can maintain its competitive technical edge and this will be an increasingly difficult challenge. We need the vision and insight that IRI provides.
John R. Powers
Former Director of Research and Technical Assessment