UK seminar / Open Source Tools for the Energy Data Ecosystem / 25 August 2021

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Robbie Morrison

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Aug 12, 2021, 5:19:33 AMAug 12
to openmod list, Tabitha Dunn (ES Catapult)

Hello all  (cc: Tabitha at ES Catapult)

The Energy System Catapult folk in the United Kingdom are hosting a one‑hour online seminar on 25 August 2021 as titled in the subject line. Here is a extract from the seminar outline:

The talk will introduce at a high level the different types of tools we’re involved in developing, including wrappers (for retrieving data), dictionaries (for linking assets to datasets), mappers (for converting between metadata specifications), and harvesters (for automated data extraction). We will then discuss how these tools can integrate with each other, before looking at two specific examples – a wrapper for the Elexon data reporting service and a dictionary for GB power plants.

The presenter is Ayrton Bourn, a PhD student at the UCL Energy Systems and AI Lab, an Energy Data Fellow with Climate Subak, and director at Future Energy Associates.

More background on the seminar here — together with a link for registration:

The start time in various locations:

  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  23:30  +1200 (NZST)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  21:30  +1000 (AEST)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  17:00  +0530 (IST) (India)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  15:30  +0400 (+04) (UAE)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  14:30  +0300 (MSK)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  13:30  +0200 (CEST)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  12:30  +0100 (IST) (Ireland)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  12:30  +0100 (BST)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  11:30  +0000 (UTC)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  07:30  -0400 (EDT)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  05:30  -0600 (MDT)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  04:30  -0700 (PDT)
  • Wednesday 25 August 2021  01:30  -1000 (HST)

The seminar will use Microsoft Teams.

Perhaps some coverage on how best to work in with similar initiatives in other jurisdictions could be useful?  And any techniques for tracking data licensing information through data processing pipelines and duly reacting to constraints that may arise in transit.  Just my two suggestions for ES Catapult and Ayrton to consider?

with best wishes, Robbie

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