Data is that the single biggest enabler of a decarbonized, decentralized, and digitized energy future. It’s the tool that will bridge the gap between where we are now vs. where we’d like to be to realize net zero.
Enabling open-sourced energy data
As a part of the £103 million prospering from the energy revolution ISCF, last year we launched the Modernising Energy Data Access competition, designed to enable energy data to be open-sourced for the advantage of society.
We want the enduring solution to support more agile regulation, more informed policymaking, and prompt an exponential increase in new apps, products, propositions, and microservices.
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Their project will develop an open standard for data sharing within the energy sector. On implementation, it’ll enable energy network and market stakeholders to share data robustly, legally, and securely, driving the utilization and adoption of innovation across the energy sector.
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Electron will deliver a project called ContainER. it’ll create a data-coordination platform that permits industry participants to get and access data that’s mastered by the foremost suitable data owner.
The project is predicated on the principle of integration and coordinating existing datasets that exist already across the industry using modern distributed system architectures to facilitate this.
Siemens’s project aims to deliver a digitally integrated modern energy system that supports a standard data architecture concept.
Underpinning their vision is an implementation of an open data platform, constructed upon the need of the users and employing a sector-specific metadata standard to drive commonality, enabling data exchange.
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