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Security and Resilience (Cyber and Physical)
For a century, electric utilities could be run without much worry about attacks from malicious hackers or nation-states engaged in cyber warfare. But today, even the smallest, most remote utility has to be diligent to protect itself against evolving cyber threats.
Safety
Safety
Recent Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers show that utilities across the board are upping their game when it comes to safety. Nonfatal illnesses and injuries in the utility sector fell in 2013 from 2.8 to 2.1 incidents per 100 workers.
Workforce
Rocky Mount's hospitality industry salutes the men and women who work in their city, state and across the nation to keep the power on. They are often never recognized in their communities for awards and politicians don't usually mention them as heroes. But they are the consummate professionals who
Distributed Energy Resources
Customers want solar. And no matter how they access it, they will turn to their utility for help. The technology may not be for everyone, but utilities that prepare proactively can better respond if customer interest does arise. Utilities are uniquely positioned to maximize the customer benefits of
Reliability
Safety
From the over 3,000 utilities in this country, how many would make our utility Hall of Fame? How would we even discern who deserves those H.O.F. initials behind their names?
Security and Resilience (Cyber and Physical)
The modern electric utility is a target for many who see an opportunity to destabilize the American economy or harm American citizens via malicious attacks on utility assets. Therefore, physical security in the electric sector is a critical component of our national security strategy.