U.S.—Israel Energy Consortium

Energy Cyber

U.S.—Israel Energy Center logoOn Friday, March 6, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette and Israel’s Minister of Energy Dr. Yuval Steinitz announced three winners to receive up to $27.6 million under the U.S.-Israel Energy Center competitive funding opportunity. Three consortia, comprised of U.S. and Israeli organizations, will undertake five years of research, development, and commercialization of innovative energy technologies in the fossil energy, energy storage, and energy-water nexus sectors.

Arizona State University, along with Ben-Gurion University in Israel, will head up the Energy Cyber research and development efforts.

The goals are:

  1. Establishing a knowledge database of cyberattacks and develop predictive models
  2. Develop new monitoring technologies and tools
  3. Design tools to achieve resilience and robustness in futureproof architecture
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