An important component of the Environmental and Energy Management Program is funded research. Organizations that currently are sponsoring environmental management research at GW, or which recently have done so, include the Solar Institute; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Transportation Environmental Research Program, Federal Highway Administration; National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior; and Transportation Development Foundation. All students benefit from the cutting edge results flowing from these activities as they are incorporated into program courses. In addition, some students have the opportunity to participate directly in research projects as graduate research assistants.

To see some of our latest research projects, just click on the links below:

  1. The Role of the Public-Private Partnerships in Water and Wastewater System Investment and Renewal - sponsored by the National Association of Water

  2. Companies Technical and Management Support to the Chemical & Material Risk Management Program - sponsored by the U.S. Department of

  3. Defense Microgrid Financing: Challenges and Solutions - sponsored by Duke Energy RenewablesInvestment Risk Mitigation and Cost-Benefit Analysis of

  4. DOD's Energy Technology Deployments - sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and the MIT Lincoln Laboratory

  5. Global Connections: Standards for Technology, Business & Public Policy - sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and technologySmart Energy

  6. Consumer Education - sponsored by the Potomac Electric Power Company

  7. A Multiobjective "Analysis of Alternatives" Tool for Energy Investments at Fixed-Site Installations - sponsored by the Logistics Management Institute

  8. A Multiobjective Benefit-Cost Framework for the Analyses of Net Zero Water Alternatives - sponsored by the Logistics Management Institute

  9. DOD Solar Energy Potential - sponsored by the Solar Institute

  10. Large Scale Solar Deployment Model - sponsored by the Solar Institute

  11. Decision Aiding Tool for Prioritizing Small Scale Public Health Projects - sponsored by the National Park Service

  12. Improving Alternative Fuel Vehicle Fleet Acquisition Strategies

  13. Evaluating Small-Scale Distributed Hydrogen Generation Alternatives

  14. Examination of Stability of Decision Making Among Divergent Stakeholders for Hydrogen Production Alternatives

  15. Brownfields Research Project - sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency