Cybersecurity and the power grid

Cybersecurity and the power grid

In the face of the mounting threats of cyberattacks and the vulnerable, interdependent electric grid systems, governments, utilities, businesses, and people need to come together and do what is necessary to be prepared. No one can afford to be complacent. This was the message at the Energy Infrastructure and Cybersecurity forum held by Leaders in Energy at Make Offices in Arlington, VA (Clarendon) on June 1, 2017.

Unlicensed Wifi Spectrum and the Smart Grid

Unlicensed Wifi Spectrum and the Smart Grid

By TRAVIS HIGH Over 70 clean energy professionals gathered on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, at the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) in Washington, DC for the...

Smart Grid Perspectives – Bottlenecks in Today’s Grid Transformation

By BERT TAUBE, Ph.D. “Smart Grid” is a term coined in the early 2000s to refer to the necessary electric grid modernization in the U.S....

Green for Green, Investing in Green Technologies

Green for Green, Investing in Green Technologies

By KERRY WORTHINGTON, Leaders in Energy Reporter On January 20, 2016 Leaders in Energy once again teamed up with Potential Energy DC, this time to...

Managing difficult change in large energy organizations: Catching up with Josh Silverman

Managing difficult change in large energy organizations: Catching up with Josh Silverman

By TRAVIS HIGH, Leaders in Energy Leaders in Energy’s 4 Generations (4 Gen) event is a celebration of multigenerational achievement in sustainability. Last year was...