2018 PEI Issue 1
George Nizharadze reviews the risks and benefits of having access to accurate, real-time data to enable effective and efficient management of our energy grids
As the convergence of physical and cyber threats continues to grow, companies in the energy sector need to work together to strengthen resilience and bolster response for the next generation smart grid, writes Scott Foster
Matt Brown examines some of the major uncertainties that exist around electric vehicles: when and where will people charge their cars? What behaviour will we see? And ultimately, what impact may EVs have on the generation and distribution of electricity?
Unlocking value from the Internet of Things requires more than blind investments in technology. Phil Beecher explains why those organisations most likely to pull ahead of their competitors will be the ones that focus on security, performance and standards
Energy infrastructure is no longer protected in the way it once was simply because it links more closely to the internet. The power sector must also understand that the only way to protect itself against the very real and very dangerous threat of cyberattacks is by keeping a proactive security posture, writes Paul Darby
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