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Clean Energy and Cybersecurity

Solar and storage technologies play a critical role in ensuring U.S. energy independence and national security. Cybersecurity has become a top priority for the industry as clean energy is deployed on the grid in record-breaking numbers every year. SEIA is collaborating with industry stakeholders and security experts to prepare for domestic and foreign cybersecurity threats to ensure that solar and storage remain reliable and safe energy resources as we transition to a clean energy economy.

SEIA is working to create a secure solar future for America

BLOG: Securing Our Solar Future — How Clean Energy Can Be the Most Cybersecure, Reliable Technology on the Grid

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is at the forefront of strengthening the solar industry’s resilience to cybersecurity threats. Read SEIA's recent blog on how the solar industry can take steps now that prevent cyber-attacks from interrupting the flow of this clean, reliable power.

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Solar and storage play a critical role in ensuring U.S. energy independence and national security

Cybersecurity Advisory Team for State Solar (CATSS)

As a key member of the CATSS advisory team, SEIA is leading the industry in its effort to fight evolving cybersecurity threats. Click the plus button to learn more.

Cybersecurity Advisory Team for State Solar (CATSS)

The Cybersecurity Advisory Team for State Solar (CATSS) is a project implemented by the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) to mitigate cybersecurity risks and consequences in solar energy developments. With support from the United States Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office, the project leverages state, federal and private-sector expertise on cybersecurity, grid and photovoltaic to identify model solar-cybersecurity programs and actions for states to take in partnership with utilities and the solar industry.