Decentralised power production creates new challenges for grid companies.
We need appropriate methods to assess and reduce cyber security risks in cyber-physical electric power systems.
Buying electricity from your neighbor’s solar panel is quickly becoming reality, as electricity sharing schemes for distributed renewable electricity are realized through local energy communities. Alongside this new and exciting option arises the question: “what should the price be?
The electricity grid is undergoing a digital transition to become intelligent, robust, and cost-efficient. We need to understand the threats and vulnerabilities related to the digital transition of the electricity grid with the aim of improved control over the cyber risks.
Instead of building new grid, utilizing flexibility in industrial processes could be a cheaper and faster way of integrating variable power production.
Sharing knowledge is important to achieving an electricity grid that is flexible, intelligent, robust and cost-efficient. CINELDI’s research results are now presented in an open-access knowledge base online, which will make the process of finding updated information much easier.