Smart Energy Systems and Cybersecurity
Embracing Change in a Turbulent World
Online and self-paced
- 10 hours of recordings and three webinars with the instructor
- Take three+ months to complete the self-placed course
- Receive a GWU Environmental and Energy Management Institute Certificate
- Course counts toward the EEMI Energy Resilience Certificate
Smart Energy Systems and Cybersecurity – Smart energy systems incorporate information and communication technology (ICT) and control systems in power networks to increase the quality and reliability of power supply, facilitate the integration of renewable and distributed energy sources, optimally plan transmission and distribution systems, and reduce system costs. Learn how smart energy systems work and can use network controls to optimize other utility services including water, waste, transportation, building services and others.
Instructor: Payman Dehghanian, is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at George Washington University and an expert in power system reliability and electrical cybersecurity.