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EAG Surge Spring / Summer Newsletter Available

March 23, 2018

The Energy Academic Group's (EAG) quarterly newsletter Surge highlights the work being done across EAG's three pillars: education, research, and outreach. This issue spotlights NPS EAG's work with FEMA for Hurricane Recovery in US Virgin Islands, Naval 
Innovation Process Adoption (NIPA) Pilot, the latest Defense Energy Certificate information, recaps Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection Course in Kuwait, and much more. The newsletter is available in a printed format and a downloadable digital format.



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EAG Supports Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection Course in Kuwait

March 1, 2018

From 11–15 February, 2018, Naval Postgraduate School’s Energy Academic Group (EAG) supported the first Persian Gulf regional training course in Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection/Resilience to the NATO-Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI) Regional Center in Kuwait.




News photoEAG Launches Surge Quarterly Newsletter

January 1, 2018

The Energy Academic Group (EAG) has launched Surge—a quarterly newsletter published by EAG that highlights the work being done across EAG's three pillars: education, research, and outreach. The first issue spotlights supporting Energy Security in Ukraine, an OTTER operational testing update, information about the new Defense Energy Certificate, plus much more. The newsletter is available in a printed format and a downloadable digital format.




News photoNPS EAG Supports Exercise Coherent Resilience 2017, Kyiv Ukraine

November 28, 2017

Energy Academic Group (EAG) supported Exercise Coherent Resolve (CORE17), a NATO sponsored exercise in Kyiv, Ukraine, as the Evaluation Group for the exercise that aimed to further the resiliency of Ukraine’s energy systems against Russian attacks. The EAG partnered with the NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence (Vilnius, Lithuania) and Ukraine’s National Institute for Strategic Studies to develop and execute Ukraine’s first national-level exercise specifically related to critical energy infrastructure protection.




News photoEnergy Security Strategic Awareness Course features largest number of participants ever

October 1, 2017

From 25 to 29 September 2017 the NATO School Oberammergau conducted its third Energy Security Strategic Awareness Course. This course, which was held in cooperation with NATO Headquarters, Allied Command Operations, Allied Command Transformation, the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence in Vilnius and the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, brought together 40 students from 23 Allied and partner countries.