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Our Energy curricula respond to a SECNAV mandate to construct a world-class Energy education program at the Naval Postgraduate School. It was his intent that NPS explore and research means of enhancing national security through a reduction of the demand for energy; expansion of energy supply options; and consideration of energy consumption and the associated costs and logistics challenges in all decisions about strategic planning, structuring, equipping and posturing the force. To achieve these energy goals, the nation needs a cadre of energy professionals knowledgeable in Energy science, technology, policy, management and analysis. This is the need that NPS' Energy programs, both graduate degree programs and academic certificates, were created to fulfill.
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Energy as a Weapon in a New Generation of Warfare and its Influence on National Defense Capability: Overview of the Ukranian Case [video] Sukholdolia, Oleksandr (Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 2019-05-15);Uninterrupted functioning of energy infrastructure, providing of energy supply to consumers is required for a stable development of any country. The government, which cannot secure stability of energy supply, could be taken ...
Knotek, Michael (Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 2019-02-01);The global energy enterprise has 3 largely conflicting primary drivers: Prosperity and Economic Growth: 6 billion of the earth’s 7.5 billion inhabitants are resolutely climbing the ladder of economic prosperity, with ...
Barton, John T. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998);Energy conservation protects the environment and saves money. The United States have achieved outstanding results so far in energy conservation and efficiency since the oil crises in the 1970's. Yet there are enormous ...