Carlos L’Abbate, Paul Robertson, Ken Fodero, Christopher Huntley, Motaz Elshafi, Dustin Williams, James Stoupis, Rostan Rodrigues, Mohammad Razeghi-Jahromi, Amanuel Melese, Joemoan I. Xavier, Robert Currie, Sean Peisert, Anna Scaglione, Aram Shumavon, Nikhil Ravi, Sergio Armando Gutiérrez, Juan Felipe Botero, Natalia Gaviria Gómez, Luis Alejandro Fletscher, Alexánder Leal, Hamed Mohsenian-Rad, Wilsun Xu
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This issue focuses on emerging trends in communication networks for power systems operations. Communication networks have played a central role in power systems operation for decades for tasks ranging from communication within substations to providing system operators with visibility on the operating state of the grid. Modern power systems increasingly rely on secure access to data to support managing the grid, taking advantage of technological advances to allow the system to meet new challenges, such as supporting the increased penetration of inverter-based resources.