As a goal, we would like to guide realization of an energy system that is interoperable, by standardizing the meaning of data exchanged and guide implementation of open source projects developing exchange (interfaces) based on these standards. We focus on the business side of interoperability as common understanding, trust and transparency of data used and data exchanged is a fundamental part of the energy system of the future, regardless of geography.
Teleconference weekly on Thursdays, 7:00 US Pacific Time. Meeting details can be found in the LF Energy Community Calendar or below.
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One hour later: OEDI with Michael Rossel
Gabor Karsai form the RIAPS project
The CGMES is add well to the document Eric Houmeswill check this later on
The COM-PAS project was presented. The COM-PAS slides can be found here.
Robbie Morrison made some comments about open data (see below)
Robbie Morrison will make suggestions to record the workgroup meetings form a legal an practical pespective.
Sander Jansen will request @Michael Rossel to join the 3th of september and asks the RIAPS project to join next week
Daniel Lázaro will contact RAIPS for setting the expectations to join next week.
(I, Robbie Morrison, was asked to record my comments about developing country transfers, please move this content elsewhere if this is not the best place. Or alternatively delete this comment.)
There are three projects promoting open source/data/access for energy policy development for developing country:
IEEE (6 July 2020). Global Power Systems Transformation Consortium: landscape analysis of relevant standards, testing, and certification activities. IEEE. Closed access.
OPM and UK Aid (August 2019). Synthesis Report on the "Fourth Roundtable Discussion on Strategic Energy Planning" (Trieste 28 June 2019). United Kingdom: Oxford Policy Management and UK Aid. U4RIA Section 4 (pages 7–8) titled "Working groups on modelling standards and capacity building".
Everybody agrees with the Working group goal with the addition of adding open source.
Daniel Lázaro will ask the RIAPS project to join the office hour to talk semantics (see the OEDI initiative).
Eric Houmes will connect with the LF energy guys to see if we can check against standards/information models