2018 Conference Sponsors

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2018 Power Grid Defense Conference
Coming Second Half of 2018 to Huntsville Alabama.

The 2018 Power Grid Defense Conference has been reschedule for the second half of 2018. We are looking at a three-day conference featuring 2.5 days of programmed talks, panels and open discussions; and a half day on advocacy workshop. Draft programming schedule and conference registration coming online in late February.

If you are interesting in speaking, participate in the planning committee or be a sponsor, please .

Vulenability of Power Grid on Recent News

Former CIA Director James Woolsey On Trump's first 100 days, and he also laid it out our power grid vulnerability due to nuclear satellite attack. See Links for more listing

The Long Sunday. Election Day 2016 - Inauguration Day 2017 Nuclear EMP Attack Scenarios

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, Executive Director of EMP Task Force On National And Homeland Security, has graciously given us a copy of his Nuclear EMP attack scenarios white paper for dissemination. Please take a look.

Thank You for Making the Inaugural Alabama Power Grid Defense Conference a Success!

We will be updating our websites to capture the summaries from the conference, and continued to post status and information related to power grid defense in Alabama and across the country. If you are in Alabama and would like to join our effort, please drop us an email. Otherwise, please look up your state's power grid defense organizations and find out more about how you can help to "Save the Grid. Safe the Future!"

Inaugural Alabama Power Grid Defense Conference

September 20-21, 2016. U.S. Space and Rocket Center Education and Training Facility (ETF), and Huntsville Marriott. Huntsville, Alabama. Read more here


Our Power Grid is in Peril. The Grid is our Nation's Weakest Link

Cyber attacks, sabotage, geomagnetic super-storms (coronal mass ejections (CME) from the sun, and electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from the high-altitude detonation of a nuclear weapon pose severe threats to our electric power grid. The Congressional EMP Commission warned that up to 9 of 10 Americans could die from starvation and societal collapse from a nationwide blackout lasting one year.

That's not the worst of it: Decades of spent fuel rods from 200+ US nuclear reactors (not counting military units) are stored in huge cooling pools. Without power to keep the spent fuel pools covered with water, the water in the spent fuel pools may boil off, resulting in radioactive elements being released into the atmosphere that could be worst than that of several full-scale nuclear wars according to some. [ NRC] [ Union of Concerned Scientists] [ American Nuclear Society]

Help Us Secure Our Power Grid


Source: Wikipedia

The purpose of Power Grid Defense Committee (PGDC) Alabama is to initiate activities to secure the Alabama power grid from natural and man-made threats. We are taking this step to formulate a plan of actions as both the state and federal government is doing almost nothing to address one of the greatest threat to life in case of catastrophic power grid loss. We seek Alabama to join the small handful of states that have already decided to harden their own power grids, spread this to other states, and use this as leverage to seek federal activities to secure the grid nationally. We intend to appeal to the federal government in parallel with the local effort, and work with the State to formulate contingency planning or risk mitigation plans. First we must educate the public, the industry, and public officials. That is planned for the first day of our Inaugural Power Grid Defense Conference. The second day will be for key individuals to hammer out a plan of action.

Huntsville is well poised to be a key community leading this effort due to our foundation in defense and space programs that will provides a well of expertise and the credibility needed to back this cause. Please consider attending, donate and/or volunteer to help us secure our future. See menu on the right.