The SunSpec Alliance invites all to join in a developer’s conference April 19 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Cupertino, California. The alliance will unveil the technology and dive into the details of the Orange Button taxonomy and APIs, and highlight the successes of early adopters serving the solar PV and energy storage market.
Who should participate?
SunSpec said if you work at an energy-focused software company as a developer or executive, or are a key industry stakeholder (asset owner, asset manager, project developer or banker) participation in Orange Button developer’s conference is essential.
Participants in this event will learn how to use Orange Button API’s (XBRL and OpenAPI) in their current operating environment, meet others who are leveraging the power of the Orange Button ecosystem for competitive advantage and influence the future of distributed energy finance and operations.
Technologies covered include:
Orange Button taxonomy including solar and financial terms; Orange Button OpenAPI; Orange Button XBRL API; Orange Button API to proprietary API data translation; JSON, XML, and XBRL encoding; application software for the Distributed Energy finance lifecycle: asset management, construction management, CRM, financial accounting, lead generation, loan and lease servicing, performance management, portfolio management, project development, risk analysis, system design, system monitoring and others.
The Orange Button Initiative is a public/private partnership funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office and the more than 300 participating companies and 500 individuals who have given their time and expertise to build open data interchange standards for the Distributed Energy industry. Organizations that lead Orange Button development are the SunSpec Alliance, the Smart Energy Power Alliance, kWh Analytics, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Special recognition is given to Aurora Solar, Clean Power Research, Oracle, Salesforce.com, Sandia National Laboratories, Sunny Energy, Wells Fargo Bank and XBRL US for their significant contributions to the effort.
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