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How Open Source Software Is Instrumental in Delivering Demand Flexibility as a Grid and Climate Resource

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October 17, 2019
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How Open Source Software Is Instrumental in Delivering Demand Flexibility as a Grid and Climate Resource

Join Matt Golden and other experts at the LF Energy Summit 2019 to learn how open source methods and software are transforming the energy sector.

In his presentation, Matt will explain how an open, standard weights and measures for changes in energy consumption is transforming meter-based demand flexibility into a true distributed energy resource in California, New York, Oregon, Australia and other places.

LF Energy is a Linux Foundation initiative dedicated to developing and sustaining open source technology innovation in the energy and electricity sectors. As a founding member, in 2019 Recurve contributed the OpenEEmeter, an open source engine that quantifies monthly, daily, and hourly changes in energy consumption from behind-the-meter building interventions. Recurve is also the lead organization for the Energy Market Methods Consortium (EM2) working group that is  developing standardized methods to enable demand flexibility as a resource. 

Who should attend:

Developers, engineers and any energy industry stakeholders interested in learning how open source software is transforming the energy industry.

November 4-5, 2019
La Défense, Paris, France

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Learn more about EM2 and the OpenEEmeter in the videos below.



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