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How Does GXF Help Companies Reduce Their Carbon Footprint

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Guests: Robert Tusveld (LinkedIn)
Maarten Mulder (LinkedIn)
Organization/Company: LF Energy (LinkedIn, Twitter)/ Alliander (LinkedIn, Twitter)
Show: State of Energy

In this segment of To The Point, Maarten Mulder, Product Owner at Alliander, talks about how the Grid eXchange Fabric (GXF) project, formerly known as Open Smart Grid Platform (OSGP), helps companies cut down on their carbon footprint. Check out the whole discussion in the video above.

About Maarten Mulder: Maarten Mulder has been working in the energy sector since 2005 and enjoys working for a company with a mission. The combination of software, hardware and people completes his challenge.

About Alliander: Alliander develops and operates energy networks. Through our cables and pipes, over three million Dutch households and companies are supplied with electricity, gas and heating. We operate a 90,000km electricity grid and a 40,000km gas network, and we take great pride in our networks being among the world’s most reliable. Our 7,000 colleagues make sure the lights are on, homes are heated and businesses can keep operating.

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