Provide common software blocks for IEC 61850 profile configuration, using an open source shared development model.
CoMPAS is being developed using several guiding principles, including the use of cross-platform Docker-based microservices along with a lightweight browser client, multiple language support for the user interface, scriptable controls, and the ability to integrate third-party tools.
Grid eXchange Fabric
Software platform that enables hardware monitoring and control in the public space.
GXF provides several functions out of the box and provides scalability & high availability, high security, a generic design, and no vendor lock-in. GXF is currently deployed in several public use cases, including microgrids, smart metering, public lighting, and distribution automation.
An open source library dedicated to electrical grid modeling and simulation.
Using PowSyBl, developers can create applications able to perform dynamic power flow simulations and security analyses on the network, handle a variety of formats including CGMES for European data exchanges, and many other tasks.
A smart assistant for system operators.
OperatorFabric is a modular, extensible, industrial-strength, and field-tested platform for systems operators. OperatorFabric includes several features essential for electricity, water, and other utility operations.
Software platform for building distributed real-time embedded applications using a component-oriented approach.
RIAPS provides core infrastructure and services for building effective, secure, and powerful distributed Smart Grid applications. Applications include, but are not limited to: monitoring and control, data collection and processing, microgrids, energy management, transactive energy, and safety applications.
Energy Market Methods Consortium
Create and curate market methods and algorithms.
The Energy Market Methods Consortium (EM2) is an energy industry collaboration to create and curate market methods and algorithms, with a focus on distributed energy resource grid impacts, regulatory planning, and data privacy. EM2 is supported by industry stakeholders committed to collaboration on methods designed to reduce the costs of scaling demand-side energy programs and procurements.
Consistent treatment of energy meter data for demand flexibility.
OpenEEmeter is an open source toolkit for implementing and developing standard methods for calculating normalized metered energy consumption (NMEC) and avoided energy use. The OpenEEmeter library contains routines for estimating energy efficiency savings at the meter.