The storage of digital data is big business. The data center market in the U.S. is expected to grow to more than $69 billion by 2024, according to a report compiled by market data and trends analyst Arizton.
As technology advances, it helps electric consumers manage their energy use in new and engaging ways. Appliance and HVAC controls provide ways to help consumers reduce energy use during times of peak load demand. While these interconnected controls and devices are not new, their use is increasing as member-consumers take their first steps toward a connected home.
As cyber security plays an increasing role for electric utilities to provide safe and reliable energy, EnergyLines sat down with Hoosier Energy’s Manager of Cybersecurity and Network Operations Richie Field to learn what the G&T is doing to thwart cyber-based threats.
The redesigned website is user friendly with easy access to information about Hoosier Energy and our member cooperatives.