Networked Grid Resilience

We define networked grid resilience as the ability of interconnected power grids to withstand and rapidly recover from disruptive events such as natural disasters, cyber attacks, or equipment failures. With the increasing interdependence of regional and national power systems, ensuring networked grid resilience has become a critical concern for governments, utilities, and stakeholders worldwide. Recent developments in technology such as smart grid systems, advanced sensors, and machine learning algorithms are helping to improve grid resilience by enhancing situational awareness, optimizing system operations, and facilitating rapid response to disruptions. However, challenges remain in ensuring robustness against extreme events and maintaining cybersecurity, underscoring the need for continued research and investment in this field.