Securing smart grid supply chains with a zero trust mindset

Where connectivity is everywhere and many systems can be vital, a successful cyberattack against the power grid could severely disrupt power-dependent critical or essential infrastructure and services including traffic lights and cameras, public transportation, hospitals, water systems, manufacturing, data centers, etc.

How Smart Utilities are Using IoT to Enable Smart Cities and Plan for a...

This webinar will explore how utilities are planning for and developing eco-friendly infrastructure. It will present drivers of smart city initiatives and the essential...

Microgrids: The Future of Energy in Healthcare

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In the United States, our grid infrastructure is aging.
How do ensure organizations that are critical to public well-being are protected? Enter Microgrids

How to Build a Low Power, Secure Smart Metering Solution

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Water conservation, recapturing lost revenue from leaks and theft, and reducing utility operating costs are key benefits of a smart metering solution. Governments and utilities need reliable, long-lasting solutions.

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Coronavirus crushed U.S. clean energy workforce in 2020; 400K-plus jobs still lost

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only devastated the U.S. health care system, but it’s taken a long-lasting direct hit on the nation’s once healthy...

Morgan Stanley sees promise in resilient microgrids, takes stake in SolMicroGrid

Investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley Energy Partners (MSEP), part of Morgan Stanley Investment Management, announced today that they have completed an investment in...

Groundbreaking QUEST project could save UK utilities more than £250M

Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) said yesterday that it has been selected to provide active network management for flexibility management in the groundbreaking QUEST project...

Utility-consumer balance at issue in Georgia PSC runoff

Incumbent Republican Lauren “Bubba” McDonald, who has been on the utility regulator for 22 years, is trying to win a fourth six-year term. But McDonald fell short of a majority in November and was forced into a Tuesday runoff by Democrat Daniel Blackman, who's trying to break into what's now an exclusively Republican club on the five-seat body.
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Consent granted for the UK’s largest battery energy storage project

By Nicholas Nhede Edinburgh-headquartered independent energy company InterGen has been granted consent for the UK’s largest battery energy storage project. The project is more than ten...
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What will it take in 2021 to push utilities over the grid edge?

By Kelvin Ross Hitachi ABB Power Grids experts share their insights on the advances they expect in 2021 to accommodate an electric-fueled future We’re at the...

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