A new look for a new year! Introducing an updated Metering & Smart Energy International
We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of Metering & Smart Energy International is now available digitally for your reading pleasure. With a new look and great content, this is the first of our ‘must read’ publications for the year!
Here are some of our ’not to be missed’ articles:
- M2M special feature:
Dr Marilyn Arndt of ETSI believes that, “Energy transformation has is very important for economic growth. By making the energy networks more intelligent through a robust reliable and secure smart grid infrastructure, utilities will optimise the efficiency of their networks.” Read her full article as part of our M2M supplement here, along with that of Konstantinos Karachalios, the managing director of the IEEE Standards Association and Stephanie Montgomery, acting vice-president, technology and standards at TIA.
- The US approach by cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is an ongoing consideration and concern globally, but what is being done to address cyber concerns for utilities. Nadya Bartol, cybersecurity specialist and VP of Industry Affairs at the Utilities Telecom Council (UTC) shares the US experience of voluntarily developing a cybersecurity framework for the utility sector. She comments that although “implementing the Framework is entirely voluntary, it is intended to help organisations large and small to implement cybersecurity practices based on each one’s risk profile, resources, and aspirations for implementing cybersecurity practices.” Read more here
- Interview: Sharon Allan, President and CEO, SGIP
As the new President and CEO of the SGIP considers the options for the organisation going forward, Metering & Smart Energy International caught up with her in Washington and discussed her priorities for 2015 and how SGIP is removing grid modernisation barriers and thereby, improving quality of life. Read more here
Download PDF version – MI-1-2015
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