Green Button Communities
There are 5 active communities that are moving Green Button forward. They are listed below. In addition, if you wish to note additional groups focused upon Green Button, please Contact Us!
- Green Button Alliance
- The Green Button Alliance (GBA) is a non-profit, IRS 501(c)(3) corporation formed in 2015 to foster the development, compliance, and wide-spread adoption of the Green Button standard. It is the single, definitive go-to-place for all things related to the Green Button initiative—from certification of implementations to marketing and education.
- UCAIug OpenADE Task Force
- The Open Automated Data Exchange meeting has been the historical source of Green Button technical requirements. It is currently focused on defining specific implementation details of the Green Button Connect My Data standard as well as the Testing and Certification processes. All meetings are open with minutes and agendas posted regularly:
- The OpenESPI Development Group
- The OpenESPI Open Source effort has resulted in the development numerous tools and services that are freely available for your use. All meetings are open, with code managed through Github facilities. You are welcome to join the effort or follow the discussions through the associated list serve.
- EnergyOS OpenESPI GoToMeeting - First Monday of the Month 12:00 Eastern - Phone: 213-493-0603;807543384#
- EnergyOS OpenESPI Group - (Join)</dt>
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- North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) ESPI/GreenButton
- NAESB is the organization that maintains the ESPI standard upon which Green Button is based.
- North American Standards Board (NAESB) ESPI Portal
- NAESB PAP10 Task Force Project Page
- NAESB ESPI Task Force Project Page
- NAESB ESPI and PAP10 email lists: to subscribe contact Denise Rager at NAESB - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) PAP 20
- The SGIP has been the home of working groups that identified moved the Green Button standard forward through open collaboration. After Completion of the original PAP 10 standardization effort, the PAP20 group was formed to guide implementation strategies.</dl> </p>