US Utilities Plan Critical Transmission Equipment Service Company
Eight US electric utilities and energy companies want to ensure availability of long lead-time critical equipment.
Lessons From Smart Grid Implementations
Smart grid solutions in different countries are inherently varied, because of adaptation to local conditions, infrastructure and policies.
A Secure Smart Grid Is Still A Challenge (And Might Require Us Thinking Differently)
The smart grid presents unique challenges for cyber security in Europe.
Three Innovative Smart Grid Projects
GRID4EU, Eirgrid’s DS3 and Kepco’s ‘Smart Grid Station’ have been recognized for global leadership and innovation in smart grids.
Further Consolidation In Smart Meter Market
Smart meter latching relay company KG Technologies is to be acquired by Chinese relay giant Hongfa Technology Co.
Transitioning Teleprotection And SCADA To IP/MPLS
IP/MPLS brings flexibility and reliability for critical utility applications including teleprotection and SCADA.
Business Simulations Help Alliander Get Cyber-Ready
Business simulations of real world cyber attacks in controlled environments make sense for critical infrastructure.
Prepayment Becomes A Lifestyle Choice For Customers
Embracing prepayment will give suppliers the competitive edge, says Phil Bridgwater of Engage Consulting.
What Can The Internet of Things Learn From Substation Automation?
Connected devices responding to each other and the world around them is like grid automation, writes Bill Ray of ABB.
Introducing A New Era Of Substation Automation
By bridging the gap between analogue and digital technologies, a wide range of opportunities are being created for the modern utility.
Reliability Standards For Space Weather Events
FERC has proposed a new standard to address vulnerability of transmission systems to geomagnetic disturbances.