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ZEDEDA Collaborates with Google and Others To Modernize Critical Infrastructure

Jul 23, 2021

It is no secret that the electric grid in the U.S. (and other countries) is not only fragile but failing. For example, extreme weather in Texas earlier shut down millions of homes and businesses. As the U.S. Congress accelerates the negotiations around a massive infrastructure bill, which as part of…

Defining Future Power Grids with Open Source Software

Jul 16, 2021

If a Linux Foundation effort succeeds, the next-generation power grid will be based on open source tools using commodity software and hardware. That software-defined approach is promoted as encouraging joint development and investment while helping to pry open the black boxes that underpin today’s decidedly closed and overburdened power grids.…

Creating software-defined energy systems

May 21, 2021

Developing an open source strategy for grid transformation could be an essential step in mitigating how the U.S. creates and distributes power from wind and other renewables. With the Biden administration’s ambitious plans to ramp up offshore wind production, along with a multi-trillion-dollar plan to boost the country’s infrastructure, it…

LF Energy’s 2021 Summit Sparks Sustainability

May 18, 2021

LF Energy, an open-source foundation, recently had its Spring Summit. Executive Director Shuli Goodman discusses the event, LF Energy’s overarching goals, the future of sustainable energy and more. The Linux Foundation ecosystem dedicated to energy and power system transformation through open-source software, hosted the LF Energy Spring Summit on April…