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The SECC on the state of the consumer and the importance...

Patty Durand, President & CEO at Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative chats to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about the latest research from the SECC - particularly distributed energy resources, alternative rates and the state of the consumer.
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Highlights and hot trends at DISTRIBUTECH 2020

Reza S. Alaghehband, Power System Principal Engineer at Austin Energy, and long-serving member of the DISTRIBUTECH's advisory panel chats to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about what he's most interested in seeing at DTECH this year.
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The four pathways to a modern US grid, and a carbon-free...

Julia Hamm, President & CEO of Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) chats to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about their four priorities for 2020 and the shared vision of a cleaner, modern grid, and the US' transition to a carbon-free future by 2050.
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Overcoming roadblocks to the clean, resilient smart grid of the future

Suzanne Russo, Chief Executive Officer at Pecan Street chats to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about Pecan Street which has brought together public and private stakeholders to conceptualise, and realise the smart grid of the future.
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Hawaiian Electric – The challenges of a client-sited resource model

Rich Barone, Director of Customer Resources & Markets at Hawaiian Electric chats to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about the unique challenges the utility has faced and overcome in developing a client-sited, dispatchable resource value model in the face of the state's ambitious goal to transition to 100% renewable energy by 2045.
DistribuTECH 2020

It’s DISTRIBUTECH Time! What to expect in 2020

With so much new and exciting in the energy delivery space, DTECH is a must-attend for anyone who works with energy on the distribution side of the grid. Here’s a quick look at what to expect in San Antonio.
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Protecting our critical water utility infrastructure from attack

Because of the critical role of water and power utility infrastructure in our society, in addition to their increasing reliance on connected systems, they are an especially appealing target for multiple attack vectors such as insider, outsider and supply chain attackers
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Cyber challenges facing utilities today

DER interconnected nature and importance in national infrastructure make utilities a prime cyber target with the potential for disastrous consequences.
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How the energy industry can better protect itself from cyberattacks

The cybercriminal group behind the notorious TRISIS attack has recently been detected probing US electric companies for potential vulnerabilities
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The true cost of cyberattacks

Putting a true cost to cyberattacks is not an easy undertaking, but it is an increasingly important one according to researchers at the University of Oxford.

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