Industry researchers suspect a Russian-linked criminal organization called DarkSide is behind the attack, though it has not publicly claimed responsibility.
A Defend Forward strategy used in the IT space may not translate well in the OT environment, according to panelists at the Hack the Capitol conference.
The Minnesota-based utility graded itself on everything from customer relations to load shifting, after years of discussions with state regulators and stakeholder groups.
As the state seeks to boost storage, utilities warn that retail and wholesale market participation could prove too complex and costly.
The cars are coming; the remaining questions involve where will the EVs be built, how the EVs will be charged, and who will charge them.
The US Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office might be the most talked about — and yet least understood — part of the federal government’s efforts to support climate tech.
It has already invested more than $35 billion in everything from Tesla’s first big factory to the first two nuclear…
The power producer is working to recover some of is losses from the devastating winter storm that wreaked havoc with the Lone Star State’s electric grid and gas pipelines.
A proposal to create an energy storage target, a 100% clean energy by 2050 mandate and a slew of other decarbonization priorities was rejected 3-2 by the Arizona Corporation Commission, despite support from utilities and others.
Utility securitizations generally involve costs that ratepayers would be paying for anyway, but “that is not the situation here,” said April Rose Maurath Sommer, executive and legal director of the Wild Tree Foundation.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas has issued a summer assessment with new details on potentially devastating scenarios, though the grid operator maintains they have little chance of occurring.