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 LF Energy head Goodman pins future on open source

New Linux initiative is all about working with 130-year legacy
If the US or the world is to reach a carbon-free society – a goal recently declared by California, for example – the energy industry needs to stop reinventing the wheel and start taking advantage of open-source systems and approaches that cut out the waste of time and effort and speed deployment of systems such as smart grid, Shuli Goodman told us recently. She is the executive director and founder of LF Energy, a newly formed initiative of the Linux Foundation that supports multi-vendor collaboration and open-source innovation in the energy and electricity sectors and she spoke to us for the latest episode of the Smart Grid Today audio program that was released late yesterday.

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