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Nov 28, 2023

New Whitepaper Explores Cybersecurity Best Practices for Using Open Source in Energy Systems

Electricity is a necessity for modern life. It has become as critical to infrastructure as water, which also makes energy systems a prime target for both physical and digital attacks. The transition from analog operational technologies (OT) to digital information technologies (IT) as power systems are digitalized to ensure interoperability… Read more.

Nov 21, 2023

Speak at the FOSDEM Energy Devroom

We are excited to announce that for the second time there will be an Energy Devroom at FOSDEM, 3 February 2024 in Brussels, Belgium. The dedicated Energy devroom will foster the broad collaboration that is needed to successfully transform global energy systems though open source. Representatives of open source project… Read more.

Nov 16, 2023

FlexMeasures v0.17 Now Available, Adding Features for Energy Service Companies

This article was originally posted at FlexMeasures. Version v0.17 of FlexMeasures lets you elevate some accounts to be consultants of other accounts. It also increases robustness of scheduling, by using fallbacks. And a new favicon! See changelog for a complete list or read on below about the larger new features we… Read more.

Nov 15, 2023

PowSyBl Issues New Releases of PowSyBl Open Loadflow and PowSyBl Dynawo in Latest Release Train

The LF Energy PowSyBl community has released powsybl-dependencies 2023.3.2, which concludes the last PowSyBl release train. PowSyBl is an open source library dedicated to electrical grid modeling and simulation. All the repositories’ versions and release notes can be found in the table below. What's changed This patch release corresponds to patch… Read more.

Nov 13, 2023

View from the Community: The Role of Open Source in Digitalization of Energy Systems

This is the final article in a series exploring the technological challenges and solutions to achieving the goals of the energy transition. Drawing on the knowledge of experts from utilities, vendors, technology companies, and researchers in the Linux Foundation Energy community, this series explores the current state of technological evolution… Read more.