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Cybersecurity


Keeping the Lights On: How Plant Operators Manage Cyber Risk

Interrupting power grids is one of the most effective ways to cripple a town or a city. If a region can’t keep the lights on, pretty much everything must come…



Four Forces Shaping U.S. Utilities in 2023

In 2023, U.S. utilities have a multipronged ambition to realize: how to provide customers with reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy, and safe water. However, increased pressure around decarbonization and the…


Cybersecurity Requires Understanding Humans as Much as Technology—Here’s How

Even more than technology and processes, power and utilities leaders must focus on that most timeless of resources—people—to be successful against a landscape of ever-evolving cybersecurity threats. Users, leadership, boards…


Stronger Cybersecurity Key to Utility Infrastructure

Cybersecurity risks can occur daily, taking multiple forms. While there are personal measures that the general population can do to eliminate some of these risks, power utility companies must take…


Inflation Reduction Act: Increased Electrification and Resulting Utility Implications

While the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) provides steps in the right direction by expanding renewable energy development and electrification incentives, it may also lead to a worsening duck curve and…


2022 Experience POWER, Distributed Energy Conference, and HydrogeNext Show Preview

Again, this year, Experience POWER will be co-located with the Distributed Energy Conference (DEC) and HydrogeNext, giving attendees the opportunity to learn from and network with trailblazers from the power…