The Energy Graduate Group offers the M.S. (Plan 1—Thesis, and Plan II—Exam) and Ph.D. degrees in two tracks of study: Energy Science & Technology, and Energy Policy & Management. The program is designed to meet the world’s growing needs for highly qualified, thoughtful and dedicated leaders in sustainable energy systems. Both tracks are aimed at a wide range of students, though Energy Science and Technology students are expected to come from disciplinary backgrounds in engineering or the physical sciences, while Energy Management & Policy students are expected to come from a wider range of disciplines interested in economic, policy, business and social aspects of energy systems.
Zhiliang Fan (Energy Science & Technology), Frank Loge (Energy Policy & Management), Alan Meier (Admissions)