Balance Between Data Interoperability and IoT and Cyber Risk
Time: 45:12







 

Introductions
Time: 12:20



Levering the Orange Button for Building Transportation Projects

The Balance Between Data Interoperability, IoT and Cyber Risk

Speaker Breakout YouTubes

XBRL Extension for Construction, Energy and Transportation  

Orange Button for Building the Smart Grid
The Balance Between Data Interoperability, IoT and Cyber Risk


The Orange Button, along with its companion Blue and Green Button, is a national collaboration effort funded by the DOE SunShot program to increase solar bankability by reducing soft costs and improving access to financial products with data analytics enabled by the adoption and implementation of standards along with the creation of the Internet of Things (IoT).


The Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act (SB 350) mandates 50% of electricity in California come from renewable sources by 2030, with similar commitments nationally and internationally.

The big push for renewable energy creates both opportunities and risks for utilities, developers, contractors, manufactures and other stakeholders involved as the challenge of multi-participant construction of solar projects with increasing demands for data interoperability, and emerging IoT products and services, are made significantly more complex when Cyber risk is factored in.

Join us for a fast paced morning session where the challenges, risks and responses are defined, how the Orange Button can be leveraged, and how a contest will create a collaborative effort to help veteran owned solar installation contractors that will be a catalyst that impacts every segment of Construction for Energy and Transportation. 

Welcome and Opening Remarks
K. Dixon Wright, Wells Fargo Insurance Services

The National Data Initiative – How we got the “Button” for Data Interoperability
Mr. Alfred R. Berkeley
Former Acting Chairman of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council
Former Chairman of XBRL US, Former Director of XBRL International

Cyber Risk and the Smart Grid
General Keith Alexander (Ret.),
Founder and CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity
Former head of  U.S. Cyber Command, National Security Agency and Central Security Service

The Orange Button – Platform for Collaboration on National Data Standards for Energy.
Tom Tansy, Chairman
SunSpec Alliance – Awardee of Orange Button


Jerry Hight, California State University Chico
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Assistant to the Dean and Director of Advancement - College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management

The Contest to Develop Prototype Shareware for Data Analytics – the IoT
Veteran Owned Solar Installation Company - Data Analytics for IECRE 61724
K. Dixon Wright, Wells Fargo Insurance Services
Vice Chair - SGIP/SEIA Orange Button Finance Group, Chair - SunSpec Alliance Orange Button Surety Group

Panel Discussion: Building the Smart Grid - The Balance Between Data Interoperability, IoT and Cyber Risk
Alfred Berkeley
General Keith Alexander (ret)

Adjourn

12:00                     Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?
                              Commonwealth Club

July 20, 2016

Orange Button for Building the Smart Grid

The Balance Between Data Interoperability, IoT and Cyber Risk


Keith Alexander                                                                  TJ Keating
Time: 17:56                                                                        Time 5:21

Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?
Commonwealth Club

Jerry Hight                                                                             Alfred Berkeley
Time: 2:15                                                                             Time: 9:40