A first-of-its-kind conference, Secure Renewables ’22, will examine how to ensure solar is the most reliable and secure technology on the grid as it rises to become one of the U.S.’ main energy resources in the next decade. Hosted by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) in partnership with Idaho National Lab (INL), join us April 20-21 in San Antonio – registration is still open.
Securing Our Solar Future: How Clean Energy Can Be the Most Cybersecure, Reliable Technology on the Grid
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security defines the power grid as critical infrastructure, but the grid was not built to support the current complex and interconnected structure that it has become, making it vulnerable to potential cyber-threats. As solar and storage technologies are deployed in record-breaking numbers, it’s important for the industry to prioritize cybersecurity to ensure clean energy resources are the safest and most secure technologies on the grid.