Safety, Security, and Resilience of Energy Infrastructure and Assets
Modernizing our electrical grid is a tremendous undertaking, requiring the coordination and collaboration of a wide range of stakeholders spanning federal and local governments, the energy industry, electric utilities and—perhaps most importantly—the myriad of consumers. Sandia supports national efforts to modernize the electric grid by developing new transformational energy technologies; analyses of the technical, economic, and national security implications of the loss or disruption of critical civilian and military energy infrastructures; and assisting in the understanding and technology development of infrastructure protection and infrastructure disruption mitigation, response, and recovery options.
The 2017 MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit will be held November 26-December 1, 2017 in Boston Massachusetts, and the call for papers is open until June 15. Sandia National Laboratories invites you to submit abstracts [...]
The 2nd Sandia & EPRI Secure & Resilient Microgrid Design Summit will be co-located with APRISE 2017 and the Defense Energy Technology Challenge July 19-20 at the beautiful Hale Koa Hotel on Fort DeRussy Armed [...]
Jon Ihlefeld, a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, has been selected to receive the 2017 Richard M. Fulrath Award from The American Ceramics Society. Jon was selected by unanimous decision [...]
Experts at Sandia National Laboratories have prepared an economic analysis of the Sterling Municipal Light Department project including anticipated revenue and cost savings from multiple value streams including capacity reductions, transmission reductions, arbitrage and frequency [...]