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Monday, December 8 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
PAP-25: Harmonized Financial Data

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Learn how SGIP and XBRL US are harmonizing data to promote interoperability with construction and financial service industries for their development of improved systems, products and services specifically tailored to the energy industry and for building the nation’s Smart Grid with interoperability.

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, which created of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel, was intended to promote the creation of new energy sources by exploring ways to promote interoperability and best practices for transitioning the nation’s energy infrastructure into an open buyers and sellers marketplace.  A Smart Grid where entrepreneurial stakeholders of any size could develop new energy generation facilities and related products and services with the confidence established by SGIP standards.

When the Green Button data standard was first introduced by SGIP only a handful of applications existed that could utilize the “Data Set” to provide users with information that could improve their energy usage.  Now there are almost 70, each enabled by the SGIP standardized Green Button Data Set. 

Originally referred to as the “Next Green Button Data Set” PAP25 was inspired by the number and variety of innovative applications made possible by SGIP formally establishing the “Green Button Data Set” for energy usage data. 

PAP25 seeks to replicate that SGIP success in promoting interoperability, innovation and competition by establishing SGIP Data Sets for building energy related facilities, utilizing XBRL.

Attendees will learn:

What is XBRL, and what is a Taxonomy.

How can publicly traded utilities that have already been mandated to implement the XBRL data standard for reporting to the SEC use that IT investment beyond just corporate financial reporting.

How SGIP/XBRL Data Sets are being established by the XBRL-CET working group, and what the potential is for energy related activities.

Examples will be an energy related construction company “Work on Hand” Data Set and CALISO Queue Report Data Set in XBRL that are interoperable with project developers, utilities, regulatory agencies, lenders, insurance and surety companies.

How the Data Sets can potentially harmonize with other standards like AcordXML for insurance, agcXML for construction and IEP XML for solar.

How SGIP/XBRL and PAP25 can help secure compliance with the DATA Act for those entities that receive federal funding.

How SGIP/XBRL and PAP25 are engaging in a national discussion for a Smart Grid where entrepreneurial stakeholders of any size could develop new energy generation facilities and related products and services with the confidence established by SGIP standards.

Presenters:

K. Dixon Wright, Senior Vice President, Surety Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc.

Jonathan Previtali, Vice President, Environmental Finance, Wells Fargo Bank N A

Christopher G. Irwin, DOE Lead – Federal Green Button Team Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, US Department of Energy

David Wollman, Deputy Director, Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical System Program Office National Institute of Standards and Technology

John Nunneley, SGIP Board Member

Duane Gabor, Alliances and Business Development, Intuit

 Fuad Rahman, Ph.D., Founder and CEO, Apurba Technologies

 Steve Burnett, Lead Partner in XBRL Initiative for Construction, GALLINA LLP

 Gregory W. Davenport, ‎Sr. Vice President, Operations and Strategy, Liberty Mutual

 Mark Atkins, Surety, ACE Professional Risk


Monday December 8, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Salmon

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