Blockchain in energy – what are the promising applications?
Engerati reviews new reports investigating the development of blockchain in the electricity sector.
Preparing the UK grid for electric vehicles
The growth of EVs will have significant effects across all levels of the networks. What are the needs?
What TRITON teaches us about ICS cyber attacks and the OT payload
Reflecting on December 2017’s cyber attack, we look into the mind of the hackers targeting industrial control systems.
Utility security – US pushback to Russia’s cyber attackers
A Russian hacking group has been implicated in attacks on hundreds of US utilities.
SEGRID – cybersecurity for smart electricity grids
The SEGRID project has developed a risk assessment and other tools to enhance the protection of smart grids against cyber attacks.
+CityxChange – towards smart positive energy cities
Blockchain and other digital technologies will be deployed in seven European cities to make them more energy smart.
Asset management pain points halting utility development
Based on expert insight from various specialists in the asset management space, we explore key difficulties for developing utility assets.
A transactive energy model – from local to global efficiency
Indra has developed a transactive energy framework on which use cases can be modelled.
Managing electric vehicles with grid edge intelligence
Meeting the challenges of EVs requires improved visibility on their locations and the use of smart charging and vehicle-to-grid technologies.
Taking intelligence to the grid edge
Before we reach the connected, intelligent grid of the future, preparations must be made for the grid edge and its intelligent potential.
UK Power Networks to launch London's first virtual power plant
English DNO UK Power Networks has announced plans to launch a virtual power plant powered by residential solar panels and battery storage systems.