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LF Energy's technical projects are organized underneath the Technical Advisory Council in order to create specific software or services. Project chairs or leaders report up to the TAC, and projects at the Early Adoption or Graduated maturity level vote on TAC business.
Projects are distinct from technical working groups, which meet to develop or explore specific functional areas, or Special Interest Groups, who meet regularly for discussions but do not have a specific charter.
Control and Monitor Smart Devices
Grid eXchange Fabric (GXF) allows you to monitor and control hardware in the public space. With several (generic) functions ready to use, the main benefits of GXF are: scalability & high availability, high security, its generic design, and no vendor lock-in.
Grid eXchange Fabric (GFX) Mailing List
An Effective Distributed Software Platform for Smart Grid Apps
The Resilient Information Architecture Platform for Smart Grid (RIAPS) provides core infrastructure and services for building effective, secure and powerful distributed Smart Grid applications.
A High-Performance Computing Framework For Grid Simulation and Planning
PowSyBl provides the code building blocks for the simulations and analyses of power systems, for horizons from real-time operation to investment planning.
A Smart Assistant For System Operators
OperatorFabric is a modular, extensible, industrial-strength and field-tested platform for use in electricity, water, and other utility operations.
Consistent treatment of energy meter data for demand flexibility
Generates consistent and replicable results by always using the same methods to determine changes in energy consumption-there are no discretionary independent variables that change from calculation to calculation.
Reducing the costs of scaling demand-side energy through collaboration
Energy Market Methods Consortium (EM2) is developing standardized methods, linked to open source code, to enable demand flexibility as a resource, supporting energy programs and distributed energy resource (DER) markets.
Improving Data Access to Enable Advanced Analytics and Research Innovation
Provides tools, methods, and data catalogs designed and curated to promote open data exchange within the energy sector.
Configuration Modules for Power industry Automation Systems
The CoMPAS project was formed to develop open source software components related to IEC 61850 model implementation (profile management) and configuration of a power industry Protection Automation and Control System (PACS). CoMPAS is part of the Digital Substation (DSAS) Initiative.
Technical working groups are organized underneath the Technical Advisory Council in order to perform detailed work in a specific area. Working groups generally work on a specific aspect of the functional architecture. They may have a specific deliverable, and can make suggestions on existing projects or propose projects.
Working group chairs or leaders report up to the TAC, but do not vote on TAC business.
To join any of the technical working groups, please click the mailing list link below and visit their corresponding wiki page.