Renewable energy, synthetic inertia, and the US grid

Renewable energy, synthetic inertia, and the US grid

Renewables Renewable energy, synthetic inertia, and the US grid May 12, 2022 James O’Brien The global supply of renewables is expected to grow by 35 gigawatts from 2021 to 2022, falling short of global power demand, anticipated to increase up by 100 gigawatts...
Musings from EN22

Musings from EN22

Conferences   General Musings from EN22 March 30, 2022 Tina Kazmer After a long absence and multiple postponements, the PSC Australia team was delighted to return to face-to-face conferencing this year in Brisbane at the Energy Networks conference on...
Prioritizing cybersecurity governance

Prioritizing cybersecurity governance

Prioritizing cybersecurity governance Rob Anderson The people who manage our increasingly complex and interconnected electricity systems never stop thinking about their customers. Their mission of delivering reliable, safe and affordable power is uncompromised because...
Nation-State Cyber Warfare: Energy Industry in the Crosshairs

Nation-State Cyber Warfare: Energy Industry in the Crosshairs

Nation-State Cyber Warfare: Energy Industry in the Crosshairs Rob Anderson It used to be that to keep your network safe, you only needed to be more secure than other networks. Attackers would go after easy targets and avoid the more secure ones. You might remember the...

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