The OASIS Blue Member Section operated from Oct 2009 until Sept 2012. OASIS Technical Committees affiliated with the Blue Member Section remain active and the archives of this work are publicly accessible. Information on this web site is preserved for legacy purposes only.

Geothermal Discussion on OASIS LinkedIn Group

OASIS is gauging interest in a potential project to develop open standards for geothermal asset exploration, measurement and power generation.

All interested parties are invited to review and add to the Geothermal Discussion on the new OASIS LinkedIn Group (which is open to the public).

If there is sufficient interest, we will work to organize a new Technical Committee from this discussion.

OASIS Partners with Belgian Presidency on Green I.T. for Green Policy Conference

13-14 October 2010  |  Brussels, Belgium

Green I.T. for Green Policy, in partnership with OASIS, is an official
conference of the 2010 Belgian Presidency of the European Union (EU).

Open discussion of OASIS Collaborative Energy Standards work

An open forum will be held to discuss the work and direction of the three Collaborative Energy standards projects currently underway at OASIS. All are invited to attend. The meeting will take place live at ConnectivityWeek and also be accessible via webinar.

Tuesday, 25 May 2010
6:00-8:00pm US Pacific Time

Member Section Hosts OASIS Blue Connect Conference, 25 & 27 May in Santa Clara, CA

OASIS Blue Connect 2010, held as part of the annual ConnectivityWeek
event, brings together a variety of open standards projects related to
security, energy, intelligent buildings, and natural resources.
Attending this event will provide you with an understand of how to
leverage the innovation of existing electronic commerce standards and
the power of the Internet to achieve meaningful sustainability.

ConnectivityWeek is a collection of co-located events that includes
over 120 discussion & education sessions with more than 250

OASIS Blue issues press announcement

IBM, Constellation NewEnergy, CPower, EnerNOC, Grid Net, HP, NeuStar, TIBCO, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Others Collaborate to Address Sustainability Challenges

OASIS forms group to adapt existing calendaring specifications for Smart Grid

The OASIS Web Services Calendar (WS-Calendar) Technical Committee works to adapt existing calendaring specifications for Web services, with a focus on Smart Grid prices and schedules.

WS-Calendar will be developed for use inside other specifications and standards, bringing a common scheduling function to diverse interactions in different domains. The TC will base its initial work on the XML serialization of iCalendar (IETF RFC 5545) developed by

Free memberships offered to Academics participating in OASIS Blue

OASIS has secured a private donation to underwrite a limited number of new Contributor-level memberships for academic institutions interested in advancing open standards for sustainability.

Eligible recipients of these free memberships (each a $1100 value) will be universities or colleges that are able to provide at least one representative to actively participate in one or more Technical Committees related to OASIS Blue.

Contact for more details.

OASIS invites members to join Blue

Scott McGrath, senior director of Member Services at OASIS, issued an announcement of OASIS Blue, encouraging organizations that wish to support the new Member Section to have their Primary Representatives notify via email. He stressed there is no additional cost for members to affiliate with OASIS Blue and no dues allocations will be made for this Member Section.

Organizations that affiliate with OASIS Blue will be eligible to serve on and vote for the Member Section Steering Committee and will be recognized on the Member Section web site.

Call for Participation issued for Energy Market Information Exchange (eMIX) TC

All interested parties are invited to participate in the new OASIS eMIX Technical Committee. This group will work to define standards for exchanging energy characteristics, availability, and schedules to support the free and effective exchange of information. The eMIX TC will operate under the Royalty Free on Limited Terms mode of the OASIS IPR Policy. The 40+ TC proposers include representatives of OASIS Foundational Sponsors--IBM, Primeton, and Sun Microsystems--as well as Sponsors--EnerNOC, EPRI, TIBCO, U.S. NIST--and others.

OASIS forms group to enable collaborative and transactive use of energy

The new Energy Interoperation Technical Committee will develop Web services-based information and communication models for exchanging dynamic pricing, reliability, and emergency signals. The group's work will also extend to information on energy market participation (such as bids), load predictability, and generation. Participants include representatives of IBM, Microsoft, Cisco, CPower, EnerNOC, Google, Grid Net, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US National Institute of Standards and
Technology (NIST), TIBCO, and others.

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