Open-source microgrid project aims to revolutionize energy networking: Page 2 of 2

February 19, 2021 //By Rich Pell
Open-source microgrid project aims to revolutionize energy networking
LF Energy, a Linux Foundation nonprofit seeking to accelerate the energy transition of the world's grids and transportation, has announced a microgrid initiative to automate the peer-to-peer distribution of renewable energy.
  • decentralized power storage equipment, it is possible to use renewable energy effectively despite fluctuations in the amount of power generated.
  • Resilience: Because of these characteristics, it is possible to build a power system with high resilience.

Dr. Hiroaki Kitano, president and CEO of Sony CSL says, "By working with LF Energy, we see a path toward an interoperable, cloud-native, configurable microgrid that will revolutionize the world's relationship with networking energy. We share the sense of urgency to act on climate issues, which is why we decided to turn a part of our decade-long research into open source, and to work with LF Energy. This is a call to action for the greatest companies in the world to work together to revolutionize the global energy landscape, including residential and industrial energy systems, power systems and the green electrification of transportation."

LF Energy says it is currently looking to collaborate with hardware partners to ensure they create an entirely interoperable system.

LF Energy Sony Computer Science Laboratories

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