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Well-known tech journalist Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols discusses the US electrical grid and the open source efforts to protect it.
Growing and supporting renewable energy through a truly collaborative open-source initiative is the objective of LF Energy. LF Energy is a nonprofit, vendor-neutral initiative from The Linux Foundation with an action plan to modernize electrical systems worldwide through open frameworks, reference architectures, and a support ecosystem of complementary projects.
Linux Foundation bets open software will underpin grids of the future
Dutch distribution system operator Alliander is open sourcing its smart systems platform, formerly known as Open Smart Grid Platform, to speed up development. The system will now be known as Grid eXchange Fabric (GXF) and be developed through LF Energy.
LF Energy is working with Dutch distribution system operator Alliander to utilise, on its open-source community, Alliander’s Grid eXchange Fabric (GXF), a scalable and technology-agnostic industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform that allows grid operators to securely collect data and monitor, control and manage smart devices on the grid.