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Energy Academic Group Working with NPS Cyber Security Faculty to Address Threats to Critical Energy Control Systems

July 1, 2019

Although we intuitively understand the importance of cyber security, the integral nexus between cyber and energy security is not always well understood.
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The Economics of Using Batteries to Reduce Installation Energy Costs

July 1, 2019

Recent improvements in battery and power electronic technology have created a unique opportunity for energy managers to implement battery storage at their facilities as a way to save on utility bills.
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Student Energy Research Spotlight: Modeling and Control of Boost Converter for Microgrid Energy Storage Interface

July 1, 2019

Distributing the electric energy and controlling power converters play an important part in a modern Navy, since that way the autonomy of a ship is increased, the operational cost is reduced, and environmental pollution is reduced.
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Monterey Bay Air Resources District Recognizes Energy Research Efforts

July 1, 2019

On May 16 of this year, at its annual awards banquet, the Monterey Bay Air Resources District honored the efforts of Dr. Garth V. Hobson and Douglas L. Seivwright with a Clean Air Leaders Award for their work in extracting heat energy from a gas turbine exhaust flow and repurposing it for useful work.
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Resilience Corner: Don’t Design for Threats, Design for Surprise.

July 1, 2019 

Resilience is a “new” term creeping into military directives, but what does it mean and how do we use it to guide decisions?
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Implementation of a Microturbine in a Hydrogen Energy Storage and Generation System

April 1, 2019

The energy needs of the Navy and the Department of Defense demand renewability, reliability, and resilience. Diverse means of energy production, including hydrogen gas combustion, support these requirements.
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Hastily-Formed Microgrid Project Transitions to Student Learning Tool

April 1, 2019

The NEPTUNE-sponsored Hastily-Formed Microgrid project (HFM) is taking on new life as a testbed for student projects and experiments for microgrid technology. 
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The Air Force is Analyzing Operational Efficiency One Airframe at a Time

April 1, 2019

The Energy Academic Group's (EAG) quarterly newsletter Surge highlights the work being done across EAG's three pillars: education, research, and outreach.
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Implementation of Active and Reactive Power Flow

April 1, 2019

Microgrid is a miniature of the main grid, and its main purpose is to operate autonomously and to increase the reliability of the power system in a naval installation. 
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Energy Consumption and Soldier Performance? A Modeling and Simulation Perspective

April 1, 2019

Vehicles, electronics, and other equipment are not the only things on the battlefield that use energy.
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NPS’s Energy Academic Group supports NATO Energy Exercise CORE18

April 1, 2019

The Energy Academic Group supported the NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence’s tabletop exercise, Coherent Resilience 2018 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
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EAG Surge Newsletter
Spring 2019

April 1, 2019

The Energy Academic Group's quarterly newsletter Surge highlights the work being done across EAG's three pillars: education, research, and outreach.
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DoD Joins NATO Partners to Discuss Future of Military Energy Resilience

Resilience Corner: Think of Resilience as a Verb, not a Noun

January 10, 2019

Resilience is a “new” term creeping into military directives, but what does it mean and how do we use it to guide decisions?
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Winter 2019

January 10, 2019

The Energy Academic Group's quarterly newsletter Surge highlights the work being done across EAG's three pillars: education, research, and outreach.
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DoD Joins NATO Partners to Discuss Future of Military Energy Resilience

DoD Joins NATO Partners to Discuss Future of Military Energy Resilience

January 10, 2019

International experts from the energy and defense communities came together to discuss leading developments in energy resilience and security.
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NPS Students Attend Stanford’s Global Energy Forum

NPS Students Attend Stanford’s Global Energy Forum

January 10, 2019

On November 1st and 2nd, students from the NPS's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department had the opportunity to engage with industry and academia at Stanford’s inaugural Global Energy Forum.
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NPS Students Team with the National Guard to Field Test Vehicle Solar Kits

Student Energy Research Spotlight: An Operational Model of Interdependent Water and Power Distribution Systems 

January 10, 2019

As military and public needs become more complex and interconnected, so too does our infrastructure.
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