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Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

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Expect to see more headlines like this into 2023, as the attacks on two North Carolina substations left thousands without electricity and utilities questioning whether infrastructure attacks are something they still need to be worried about in the era of cyber and digital attacks.  Utility managers: what level of resources do you put towards protecting physical infrastructure and what are those conversations like now following the North Carolina situation?

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Julian Silk on Jan 4, 2023

Thank you for the post.  More companies should do the response preparation drills like FirstEnergy.

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