Cybersecurity for Transactive Energy Systems (TES)
ABSTRACT – Here’s the summary for the webinar – Transactive energy (TE) will be an important technology enabler that will change today’s utility business models toward the utility of the future. TE will also affect future energy markets, driven by new technologies, such as energy automation, distributed solar photovoltaic, distributed energy storage systems (DESS), smart metering, distributed energy resources (DER), and so one. However, current TE models lack the “trusted transactive layer” needed to implement new energy market dynamics capabilities. In this context, the presentations covered the full gamut of issues pertaining to transactive energy, cybersecurity and distributed ledger technologies.