News

VOLTTRON! (With two Ts)
May, 2017
External News

Ken Sinclair describes VOLTTRON and the history behind the name.

Study eyes how to get buildings, grid to talk
January, 2017
External News

Article highlights University of Toledo and Case Western University use of VOLTTRON as part of the Clean Energy and Transactive Campus project, led by PNNL.

Being grateful and going green at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
November, 2016
External News

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory director, Steven Ashby, pens Thanksgiving-themed article that highlights VOLTTRON.

VOLTTRON 4.0 Released
October, 2016
Internal News

Applications and commands have been broken out, the Configuration Store was updated for dynamic updates to agent configurations, and the VOLTTRON configuration wizard allows for more agent setups.

Ventos-Scheduler
September, 2016
External News

The Rochester Institute of Technology recaps the VOLTTRON-using project developed by Lourdes Gutierrez and Priyank Kapadia.

Alexa, how much water am I using?
August, 2016
External News

GeekWire's Clare McGrane captures the technologies developed as part of the DOE/PNNL Connected Buildings Challenge. Teams used VOLTTRON to create innovative IoT solutions to increase building and/or home energy efficiency.

PNNL saving energy, money through innovation
July, 2016
External News

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory director Steven Ashby discusses VOLTTRON and it's ability to manage energy consumption in real time, in response to price signals communicated via the power grid.

VOLTTRON and the “Grid Edge” Tech Showcase
July, 2016
External News

The CleanTech Alliance highlights the upcoming Connected Buildings Challenge, which will be held at the Smart Buildings Center in Seattle, on August 3, 2016.

VOLTTRON 3.5 Released
May, 2016
Internal News

This release candidate is the culmination of development efforts since the release of 3.0. It is being released as a candidate to give the community a chance to explore the new capabilities and changes to existing features before it becomes the new main (master) branch. Additionally, RC1 will be utilized in PNNL's campus deployment to verify stability.

Test bed advances Washington state as hotbed of energy innovation
November, 2015
External News

Article highlights $2.25 million award from the Department of Energy, that matches the Clean Energy Fund grants from the Washington Department of Commerce, and how the VOLTTRON platform will enable transactive campuses for PNNL, Washington State University, and University of Washington.

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