“We finally found our people. Linux Foundation Energy is the perfect home for this important consensus building effort. Clearly LFE understand open source and how to help make projects succeed, however, what sets LFE apart is their vision for how open source can drive innovation and the software ecosystem needed to achieve a distributed clean energy grid.”
“Monash University is developing a digital platform, Smart Energy City, to provide crucial infrastructure supporting our $135 million commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2030. The platform will enable research and deployment to create a transactive energy market as a living laboratory for academics, students and industry. The LF Energy partnership vastly accelerates our access and connectivity to global technology leaders and developers.”
The transition to a more sustainable power system means we must explore new digital technologies and platforms so we can develop new concepts in electricity system planning and operation. The realization is possible only through collaboration and open dialog. The collaboration with LF Energy will allow us to develop novel ideas with other coalition members and transfer new knowledge to our students.
“Project Haystack is excited to join the LFE effort. The built-environment is a key element of a smart, transactive energy grid and Haystack methodologies and standards for data semantics streamline integration of building systems with the other entities and systems that participate in a smart energy grid.”