An important message for cleantech companies
Technology innovators need to understand the markets in which they are operating and align their business models accordingly, says the European Chamber of Digital Commerce.
Striking the right balance of power
Machine learning is at the heart of a smart grid and future localised energy system
How to Hack a Smart Meter – update
Danish utility SEAS-NVE is considering a pilot project to monitor smart meter security.
Creating a digital twin
Jeff Casey, business development director, UK, Burns & McDonnell - discusses the advantages of a digital twin in the power sector.
The cyber threat: What utilities need to know
Engerati speaks with the Electric Power Research Institute about the top threats facing utilities and what they should be doing to mitigate risk and improve cyber security.
Security in the energy cloud and how to get a handle on it
The cloud brings new challenges for utility cyber security that require asset visibility, integration of data sources and automated security processes.
EU: Energy sector should collaborate to fend off cyber attacks
Software providers shared their cyber security solutions for utilities at a high-level EU Commission event in Brussels yesterday.
Editorial: Utilities embark on a cyber odyssey
Senior officials in the EU and the US are waking up to the cyber security threat to critical infrastructure as digitalisation and decentralisation lower the barriers for hackers.
EU gets to grips with cyber security
The EU’s cyber security strategy is shifting gears now that key legislation has come into force and the Commission is preparing to start work on a new network code.
EY: The new energy world is approaching tipping points
EY: The pace of the global energy transition is accelerating beyond expectations thanks to technology advances, storage and digital innovation and more distributed generation.
US bill goes retro for cyber defence
US seeks to defend electric grid with 'retro' technology to prevent cyber attacks.