Web Content Display Web Content Display

Research

Energy research at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is highly diverse, reflecting the various interests of our highly capable faculty and students. A wide range of subject areas are covered by NPS energy research, including basic sciences, engineering, operations and analysis, and business. There is also an increasing amount of work that is cross-disciplinary and integrates the EAG with project, programs, and partners from multiple areas across NPS and the Navy, Marine Corps, and Department of Defense (DoD).
 

Explore EAG’s research programs and partners:

 

Image of large industrial refinery plant

Center for Infrastructure Defense

CID develops, reviews, and promotes science of the highest quality in the service of defending critical infrastructure systems affecting our homeland at the national, state, and local levels. Learn more

 

Image of network cables plugged into a network equipment.

Cyber Academic Group

CAG is a interdisciplinary group focused on the study and design of secure and resilient cyber systems and the conduct of cyber operations. Learn more

 

Stylized image of Navy carrier, stealth aircraft, and an amphibious ship.

Naval Research Program

The NRP supports research projects for the Navy and Marine Corps and is comprised of individual research teams, where projects are conducted, NPS expertise is developed, and then maintained, on behalf of the Navy and Marine Corps. Learn more

 

Stylized image of USS Zumwalt with other NAVY ships.

Office of Naval Research

ONR coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Learn more

 

Image of fighter jets landing on an aircraft carrier deck.

ESTEP

The Energy System Technology Evaluation Program demonstrates emerging energy technologies and paves the way for future adoption of these technologies across naval installations. Learn more

 

Image of a large installation of solar panels.

NEPTUNE

ONR 33’s Naval Enterprise Partnership Teaming with Universities for National Excellence program helps the Navy and Marine Corps discover ways to improve energy conservation, generate renewable energy, and implement energy-efficient technologies—while giving active-duty military, military students and veterans the chance to immerse themselves in university-level research. Learn more

 

Image of a Marine soldier in a desert environment with a portable solar power array.

USMC E20

The Marine Corps’ Expeditionary Energy Office analyzes, develops, and directs the Marine Corps’ Energy Strategy in order to optimize expeditionary capabilities across all warfighting functions. Learn more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Questions

How can we help with your energy-related education, research, and outreach?
Talk with us