Delivery of electricity is an essential service, one that provides for the well-being of our modern society. This is evident especially when disasters occur; the first order of business for public health and safety is to maintain reliable power. Creating a resilient grid means assessing and planning for a multitude of extreme climate risks and physical threats.
Join T&D World for an event focused on timely topics in hardening, protecting and controlling our nation’s grid.
Registration is free for utility employees! Don't miss your opportunity to participate in the conversation.
To assess and prepare for the impacts of any power outage, it’s important to plan, share information and create incident response scenarios to secure the grid against prolonged outages and vulnerabilities. This track will explore success stories, lessons learned and future trends from the utility perspective.
RESPONSE & RECOVERY
It’s not practical or possible to prevent all disruptions to the grid. This track will feature stories about the restoration and response approaches utilities are taking to reduce the impacts of a critical outage.
This track examines grid modernization technologies available to help utilities protect the grid and decrease impacts from extreme weather events, as well as cyber and physical security threats.
LARRY BEKKEDAHL Vice President, Grid Architecture Portland General Electric
VANDAN DIVATIA VP, Transmission Policy & Compliance Eversource Energy
MARK MCVEY Principal Engineer Dominion Energy
CHRIS ROOT Chief Operating Officer Vermont Electric Power Company
DAVID TREICHLER Director, Strategy & Technology Oncor Electric Delivery
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