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JULY-AUGUST 2017/// VOLUME 25/// ISSUE 7
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4 Cybersecurity for the modern grid
Mitigating risk and anticipating attack vulnerabilities on
utility grids and systems is not just about installing
8 Securing Europe’s power grid
Regulations, standards and training have not kept up with
the fast-moving evolution of cyber threats, however a new
European initiative aims to tackle this.
12 Advancing gas generation in Asia
Asia is seeking more capacity at greater effciency and
with lower emissions, and this is presenting opportunities
for companies that can deliver such technology.
18 How utilities can use data to magage debt
Utilities are using data to help them strike a balance
between absorbing customer arrears and chasing down
22 Pump design: the rise of the virtual prototype
In coming years, power companies will need to become
more strategic and aware of water usage.
26 Using software to map coal plant emissions
Mapping software can be used to bridge the gap
between the science needed to understand air pollution
and the engineering required to mitigate it.
30 Challenges of environmental assessments
The challenges in upgrading Environmental and Social
Impact Assesments to international standards.
34 The impact of lubrication on TCO
How lubricants can help increase productivity and
reduce total cost of ownership for turbines, transformers
and stationary engines.
38 Asia is ‘best region for gas turbine business’
Asia offers the best business opportunities for the global
gas turbine market according to new research.
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Cover design: Karl Weber
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