Tendencias en RI

Digitalisation of the Energy sector

The European Energy system is in transition towards clean energy and high efficiency. European citizens are at the centre of this transition. Empowered by a wider choice of services, they are becoming active players – prosumers (consumers and/or producers) – keeping energy prices at an economic optimum. Digitalisation is the revolutionary enabler for this transition of the energy sector; nobody can avoid it. We need an appropriate, reliable and secure communication system if the power system is to be operated with Dispersed Energy Resources (DER) in a dynamic way.



DOE Multiyear Plan for Energy Sector Cybersecurity

The Plan identifies the goals, objectives, and activities that DOE will pursue over the next five years to reduce the risk of energy disruptions due to cyber incidents. It
describes how DOE will carry out its mandated cybersecurity responsibilities as the Sector-Specific Agency and address the evolving security needs of
energy owners and operators.


The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI)

The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) is a composite index that summarises relevant indicators on Europe’s digital performance and tracks the evolution of EU member states in digital competitiveness.



Diseño y configuración de IPS, IDS y SIEM en Sistemas de Control Industrial

En esta guía se describen las tecnologías IDS, IPS y SIEM en el ámbito de los sistemas de control industrial, profundizando sobre cada tecnología y mostrando al lector todos los pasos para que pueda realizar un despliegue completo de un entorno real que pueda cubrir sus necesidades.



The Future of Cooling

Using air conditioners and electric fans to stay cool accounts for nearly 20% of the total electricity used in buildings around the world today. Rising demand for space cooling is also putting enormous strain on electricity systems in many countries, as well as driving up emissions. Absent firm policy interventions, there is no doubt that global demand for space cooling and the energy needed to provide it will continue to grow for decades to come. However, there is an enormous opportunity to quickly influence the growth of cooling-related energy demand through policies to improve equipment efficiency. This special IEA report aims to raise awareness globally about one of the most critical energy issues of our time, outlining a sustainable path to the future of cooling that will allow people to reap the benefits of cooling without straining the energy system or the environment.