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12 SecurityEnergy and National Advancing energy systems Hybrid systems that pair two or more energy sources could yield numerous energy security benefits. INL has strategically led hybrid energy system concepts with the development and application of high-performance dynamic modeling and other computational tools as well as system development and demonstration using hardware-in-the-loop. INL also has built collaborations and described a validation plan. Such work boosts the labs recognition as a key provider of science and technology to help solve energy security challenges. INL has established collaborative agreements with the DOEs National Renewable Energy Laboratory the Chinese Academy of Sciences the state of Wyoming General Electric and two nuclear reactor technology development companies. These partnerships enable INL to leverage the testing capabilities of NREL Wyomings School of Energy Resources and private industry to validate components of hybrid energy systems. INLs testing capabilities will help better understand develop demonstrate and deploy hybrid energy systems in the U.S. more hybrid systems on pp. 8 35. Advance Process and Decisions Manager Richard Boardman leads collaborations to help demonstration hybrid energy systems.