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Apr 16, 2024

Linux Foundation Energy Announces New Open Source Initiatives for Substation Digitalization, Energy AI and Data, and More

Ahead of energy policy and EV charging events in May, LF Energy expands its project and working group portfolio to address challenges in the energy transition SAN FRANCISCO – April 16, 2024 – LF Energy, the open source foundation focused on harnessing the power of collaborative software and hardware technologies… Read more.

Apr 9, 2024

CitrineOS v1.1.0 Now Available, Adding Advanced Device Management and User Interface Support

LF Energy Citrine OS, open source charger network software for rapid OCPP 2.0.1 and NEVI compliant EV charge management, has released version 1.1.0, adding a variety of new features. This includes new support for Advanced Device Management and Advanced User Interface OCPP 2.0.1 certification profiles. The new version is available… Read more.

Apr 4, 2024

Apply to Speak at LF Energy Summit, 5-6 September in Brussels

The world is facing immense challenges to achieve decarbonization targets and prevent the worst impacts of climate change. The only way to meet these targets is to work collaboratively to develop digital technologies and standards to optimize physical infrastructure, orchestrate supply and demand, and rapidly onboard clean energy resources. LF… Read more.

Apr 1, 2024

The TROLIE Forecasting API is now Stable

This article was originally posted at TROLIE Summary The specification of the Forecasting operations in TROLIE OpenAPI specification is now considered stable, closing the associated milestone. Specifically, no further changes are anticipated to the media type schemas and resource semantics–the HTTP verbs, paths, and status codes–for submitting forecasts and retrieving forecast snapshots. We… Read more.

Mar 28, 2024

LF Energy Releases Annual Report, Exploring Community Progress in 2023

The vision of LF Energy is to create a technology ecosystem that enables decarbonization of the energy sector through innovation and interoperability. This includes the entire technology stack used by those producing, transmitting, distributing, and using energy over large grids, microgrids, distributed energy resources and storage, electric vehicles, and more.… Read more.