Control system failures in subsea operations are a leading cause of Blowout Preventer (BOP) down-time. The cost of these failures can increase exponentially with water depth. Legacy BOP control systems are based on 90-year-old hydraulics technology and have been stretched to cope with new regulatory requirements and harsher environments. The industry has responded to these design requirements by increasing component sizes, weights, and system complexities. These adaptations have resulted in unintended consequences, such as reduced reliability and an increase in wellhead loading. As subsea operations move into deeper water and wellhead pressures increase above 15,000 psi, legacy control systems may have reached their design limit. This paper introduces a new concept of an all-electric BOP, a game-changing technology that will not only negate these issues, but also improve the safety, efficiency, reliability, and functionality of subsea BOP control systems.