Join the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) and SEIA for a half-day virtual event on Wednesday, November 3, to discuss the critical topic of clean energy cyber and supply chain security. Solar and storage play an increasingly important role in ensuring U.S. energy independence, and now more than ever cybersecurity has become a priority for the industry as these technologies continue to penetrate the grid in record-breaking numbers.
To tackle this critical topic, SEIA is excited to collaborate with SETO, Idaho National Labs (INL), and other industry partners to work alongside our members to address lessons learned from cyber-attacks, best practices, and ongoing trends that are critical to making solar and storage the most secure fuel on the grid.
For this half-day event we will cover several topics which include:
- Legislative and regulatory status of key federal and state cybersecurity activities targeted to provide solutions to the latest cyber and security threats
- Considerations surrounding both mandatory and enforceable voluntary standards that may apply to solar and storage developers
- Cyber and supply chain guidance that industry can design to develop a leading practice program
All members and industry players, regardless of their cyber and supply chain maturity levels are encouraged to join and certain to leave with great ideas to inform their organizational strategies.
Free for SEIA members and non-members