Archived articles


New project will lay groundwork for open access to massive windfarm simulations
Published July 12, 2022
The creation of a public database will increase accessibility for all users, including academics and engineers who are developing more sustainable energy solutions
Researchers investigate ways to expand solar energy usage
Published March 2, 2022
A group of experts is investigating solar energy storage options that would help expand the use of solar power in new landscapes.
Johns Hopkins announces development process for a new Sustainability Plan
Published April 22, 2021
Through its solar agreement announced in 2019, the university will meet its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 51% several years ahead of schedule
National security
Software could safeguard power grid
Published Feb 21, 2018
If part of an electrical grid is compromised in a cyber attack, new software developed at Hopkins is designed to keep power flowing
Going green
UTL building gets LEED platinum rating
Published Jan 20, 2017 Photos
Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories recognized for sustainable, energy-efficient design, operations
Oil changes
Published Jan 3, 2017
Executive order to limit offshore drilling in Arctic places Obama at odds with Trump's pro-oil promises, SAIS expert says
Energy-saving measures pay off
Published Sept 2013
Since early 2010, JHU has accumulated more than $4M in rebates / Gazette
Good news, with a catch
Published Spring 2013
SAIS' David Jhirad weighs in on the Department of Energy's hopeful outlook for the next 27 years / Johns Hopkins Magazine