Utility Industry Reports

Veracity Resources Utilities ReportsThis section is designed to give you access to key reports and white papers about the energy sector, and especially the U.S. electric grid.

For full access to a report through Veracity’s Google Drive, click on its picture. You are also able to download it.

State of the Electric Utility Cover

State of the Electric Utility, January 2015, by Utility Dive


Resiliency White Paper Greentechmedia Cover

Resiliency: How Superstorm Sandy Changed America’s Grid, 2014, by Stephen Lacey


 

Protecting your Assets from both Natural Disasters and Physical Attacks CoverProtecting your Assets from both Natural Disasters and Physical Attacks Cover

Protecting your assets from both Natural Disasters and Physical Attacks, September 2014, by Richard Wernsing, PSE&G


 

Future of the Grid December 2014 DOE GridWise Alliance Cover VeracityThe Future of the Grid – Evolving to Meet America’s Needs, by the U.S. Department of Energy, December 2014


2014 Rural Smart Grid Survey Honeywell2014 Rural Smart Grid Survey by Honeywell – Smart Grid Solutions, November 2014


 

Physical Security o the US Power Grid Congressional Research Service Cover


 

Framework for Developing and Evaluating Utility Substation Cyber SecurityFramework for Developing and Evaluating Utility Substation Cyber Security by Schneider Electric, 2014


How to Make Your Smart Grid Even Smarter Cover

How to Make Your Smart Grid Even Smarter, by Elster Solutions, 2014


U.S. Solar Market Insight Report Q1 2014 Cover

U.S. Solar Market Insight Q1 2014 by GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association, 2014


Electric Power System Asset Optimization

Electric Power System Asset Optimization by the National Energy Technology Laboratory, March 2011


Securing the U.S. Electrical Grid CSPC Veracity“Securing the U.S. Electrical Grid”, by the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress, July 2014


NERC Spare Equipment Database Oct 2011 Cover

Spare Equipment Database System, North American Electric Reliability Corporation, October 2011


High Impact Low Frequency Event Risk North America NERC Veracity“High-Impact, Low-Frequency Event Risk to the North American Bulk Power System” – A Jointly-Commissioned Summary Report of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and the U.S. Department of Energy, June 2010


Power Transformer Problem Willis

“The Transformer Problem”, by Willis North America, March 2008


 

Benefits Resilience Grid Utilities Outage Veracity“Economic Benefits of Increasing Electric Grid Resilience to Weather Outages” from the Executive Office of the U.S. President, August 2013


Large Power Transformers and The U.S. Electric Grid Veracity Critical Spares“Large Power Transformers and the U.S. Electric Grid” by the Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability U.S. Department of Energy, April 2014


ScottMadden Critical Spares Utilities Veracity“The Management of Critical Spares in the Electric & Gas Utility Industry – Sample 2011 Survey Results” by ScottMadden Management Consultants

 


 

Gartner Cost Cutting Utilities Asset Planning Veracity

“Cost Cutting in Utilities Can Be Supported through Asset Investment Planning Tools” by Bradley Williams for Gartner, Industry Research published in April 2008


 

Strategic Asset Management Utilities Jesse Berst Smart Grid News

“Strategic Asset Management: A primer for electric utilities”, eBook by Jesse Berst from Smart Grid News.com


National Flood Hazard Utilities EIA

“Flood vulnerability Assessment Map” by the Independent Statistics & Analysis U.S. Energy Information Administration.


 How the Social Supply Chain Powers Responsible Investment Recovery Asset Management“How the Social Supply Chain Powers Responsible Investment Recovery”, by Julie Urlaub in Asset 2.0, Volume 2, 2014


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