Sam Sciacca, active senior member in the IEEE

Insights on Power

Sam Sciacca is an active senior member in the IEEE and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in the area of utility automation. He has more than 25 years of experience in the domestic and international electrical utility industries. Sciacca serves as the chair of two IEEE working groups that focus on cyber security for electric utilities: the Substations Working Group C1 (P1686) and the Power System Relay Committee Working Group H13 (PC37.240). Sciacca also is president of SCS Consulting.

Substation Insights: A Recap of 2012
January 08, 2013

Let’s take look at the topics of 2012 before plunging into the new year. » more
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Designing substations, transformers for bi-directional power flow, Part II
December 04, 2012

In a large commercial solar or wind farm, both the utility and the facility owner want to know how much power is flowing onto the grid.  » more
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Designing substations and transformers for bi-directional power flow
November 27, 2012

Interconnection of transformers in substations that need to accommodate the bi-directional flow of power. » more
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Accommodating bi-directional power flow in substation design
November 06, 2012

Address aspects of your client’s substation design to accommodate the bi-directional flow of power. » more
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Political and regulatory patchwork governs interconnection policies
October 30, 2012

There are many ways in which politics and regulation can affect the interconnection of distributed energy sources. » more
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