LF Energy, the open source foundation focused on harnessing the power of collaborative software and hardware technologies to decarbonize our global economies, has announced the lineup of sessions for LF Energy Summit, taking place June 1-2, 2023 in Paris, France. LF Energy Summit is returning to an in-person format after three years as a virtual-only event.
The summit will gather members of the LF Energy community including foundation members, developers, vendors, utility end users and other energy industry stakeholders to learn about LF Energy and its projects as well as to collaborate and share best practices for developing and implementing open source technologies and standards in the power sector.
Keynote speakers being announced today include:
A Vision of Energy Sustainability from the ICT Industry Perspective: How Futurewei, LF Energy, and LF Research are Collaborating on Energy Transformation – Anna Hermansen, Linux Foundation Research, with Chris Xie, Futurewei
Digital Commons for Common Good: Exploring Common Building Blocks with LF Energy – Tony Shannon, Office of Government CIO, Government of Ireland
Additional keynotes will be announced in the coming weeks. The agenda also includes thirty breakout sessions over two days.
Event registration is also open. Early bird pricing of $150 for in-person attendance ends March 17; registration to attend the event virtually is also available for $25. Sponsorship opportunities are still available for LF Energy Summit.