First public review ends December 1st
OASIS and the OASIS Energy Interoperation TC are pleased to announce that Energy Interoperation Common Transactive Services (CTS) v1.0 is now available for public review and comment. This is its first public review.
Common Transactive Services (CTS) permits energy consumers and producers to interact through energy markets by simplifying actor interaction with any market. CTS is a streamlined and simplified profile of the OASIS Energy Interoperation (EI) specification, which describes an information and communication model to coordinate the exchange of energy between any two Parties that consume or supply energy, such as energy suppliers and customers, markets and service providers.
The documents and related files are available here:
Energy Interoperation Common Transactive Services (CTS) Version 1.0
Committee Specification Draft 01
29 October 2021
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How to Provide Feedback
OASIS and the Energy Interoperation TC value your feedback. We solicit input from developers, users and others, whether OASIS members or not, for the sake of improving the interoperability and quality of our technical work.
The public review starts 29 October 2021 at 00:00 UTC and ends 01 December 2021 at 23:59 UTC.
The TC requests that comments should cite the line numbers from the PDF formatted version for clarity.
Comments may be submitted to the TC by any person through the use of the OASIS TC Comment Facility which can be used by following the instructions on the TC’s “Send A Comment” page (https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/comments/index.php?wg_abbrev=energyinterop).
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