Physical security of the grid, Part 1

Physical security of the grid, Part 1

Physical security of the grid, Part 1 In 2022 utilities experienced more than 100 attacks against substations and other physical infrastructure. While the U.S. Department of Energy has dedicated $45 million to prevent cyberattacks on the grid, these recent incidents...
Diversity and the energy transition

Diversity and the energy transition

Diversity and the energy transition John Camilleri The November/December IEEE Power & Energy Magazine features an article by Ambra Sannino titled, The three Ds: Do they describe the energy transition?  In it, Sannino talks about decarbonization, decentralization,...
Increasing grid stability with demand side response

Increasing grid stability with demand side response

Increasing grid stability with demand side response This post is one of the articles published by a small cohort within our UK team including Dr. Mahmoud Elkazaz, James Wilson, Andrew Eviston, and Dereck Dombo. This group meets regularly to collaborate on topical...
Power system automation and analysis tools

Power system automation and analysis tools

Power system automation and analysis tools This post is one of the articles published by a small cohort within our UK team – including Dr. Mahmoud Elkazaz, Dr. Carlos Ferrandon-Cervantes, Raj Hirani, Jonathan Cervantes and Andrew Eviston. This group meets...
Tackling your OT procurement needs

Tackling your OT procurement needs

Tackling your OT procurement needs Getting the system you need—without the stress you don’t. Aging utility Operational Technology (OT) systems, the rise in renewables being interconnected to the grid, and the need for expanded functionality are driving many utilities...

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