In a recent paper, “A Smarter Smart Grid”, published on Public Utility Fortnightly’s Spark, DNV KEMA explores the implementation risks associated with building and provisioning new networks in support of Smart Grid. Three areas of concern for many utility and system operator executives are security, reliability, and scalability of new communication networks.
Fortunately, utility managers, vendors and new Smart Grid entrants are innovating new solutions to these implementation risks. A handful of these new ideas and solutions are highlighted in the article. Download the Smart Grid Communications Risk Management free white paper.