The latest rounds of cyberattacks - the WannaCry and now the Petya, or GoldenEye, attacks - are reminders about how important it is to be vigilant, to install computer security updates, and to keep up on cybersecurity developments and alerts, officials with the American Public Power Association (Association) said this week.
As the public power workforce changes, utilities are putting procedures or programs in place that guarantee a bright future.
Do you have everything in place you need to retire? Find out by following the cues on this infographic.
Robert Powelson, a new commissioner at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission who served as a state utility regulator for several years prior to joining FERC, recently offered his thoughts on the relationship between the federal agency and state commissions.
In a move that could lead to changes in how Ohio utilities are regulated, the Ohio Public Utilities Commission has launched an initiative looking at how best to support emerging grid technologies that can provide consumer benefits.
Read about the latest leadership changes and achievements in the public power community. This column features new updates from Pasadena Water and Power, Kansas Municipal Utilities, American Municipal Power, Bonneville Power Administration, Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority, and N-Dimension.