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GridLAB-D v3.2 (Jojoba (Version 3.2)) is now available! 
Windows, Linux, and Mac can be found at GridLAB-D v3.2.
Previous Announcements
Jojoba (Version 3.2) candidate release (November 15, 2015) 
This candidate release is for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. The downloads can be founds at Candidate Release
Release notes are available at: History.
GridLAB-D v3.0 is now available! 
Windows, Linux, and Mac can be found at GridLAB-D v3.0.
GridLAB-D v3.1 is branched
It was branched from v3.0 and ticket 730 for completion, testing, and validation in Jan. 2014. Currently, the goal is to release v3.1 by Summer 2014. It will included expanded delta-mode and microgrid capabilities, expanded hardware-in-the-loop capabilities, DG controllers, and multi-threading support, among others. Feel free to see progress in the source tree.
GridLAB-D v3.0 Release Candidate is now available! (posted 10/1/2013) 
Release candidates for Windows, Linux, and Mac can be found at Candidate Release. Please report any bugs or concerns.
GridLAB-D Association Formation Authorized (posted 20 November 2011) 
The US Department of Energy has authorized PNNL to begin the legal process of forming an association of GridLAB-D stakeholders, including interested parties from user, vendor, academic and government communities to help direct and fund the growth of GridLAB-D. Contact David Chassin (PNNL) for details.
Update - Initial kickoff meeting was held in July 2013 - for more information or to join the GridLAB-D Association, please contact the GridLAB-D Team
Grizzly (Version 2.3) Launched (posted 10 November 2011) 
A new release of GridLAB-D was started by PNNL. This release is will incorporate support for microgrids and advanced multi-objective controls. Contact Jason Fuller (PNNL) for details.
Four Corners (Version 2.2) Released (posted 28 September 2011) 
A new release of GridLAB-D was released for general use. It supports the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Smart Grid Investment Grant (SGIG) analyses performed by PNNL for the US Department of Energy. See Downloads for details.