Mashups using the same API (5)
Energy TACO is a Google Chrome extension which was developed during the 1st ever Cleanweb Hackathon by Matthew (@matthewfong) and Michael (@Dogtown7) from Genability (@genability). TACO stands for...
Your condo or apartment can now go solar!
Determine the cost to charge your EV. Precise and down to the penny based on your energy plan, your EV model and level of charge.
Johnson Controls launched Panoptix last year to offer developers a set of tools and APIs that encourage development in the building efficiency space. Developers took their first shot at the Panoptix suite of APIs at Hack-City SF. Panoptix continues to garner attention to its platform, and further enhanced the offering with four new APIs. Panoptix launched with building, space, and meter data APIs; now, the platform added AHU, VAV, and HVAC data.
Our API directory now includes 46 research APIs. The newest is the Globus Online Transfer API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Mendeley API. We list 3 Mendeley mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of research APIs.
||The Genability ZipCode API returns data of the energy users consume in diverse zip codes, cities, and coordinates. Available in JSON and URI formats.||Energy||07.11.2017|
Genability Property Key
||The Genability Property Key API returns tariff metadata, considering property city limits. It is available in JSON and URI formats.||Energy||07.11.2017|
Genability Open Savings
||The Genability Open Savings API returns data of savings by region. On the site, developers can find the region, cost, and resource URI to begin implementation.||Energy||07.11.2017|
Genability Smart Price
||The Genability Smart Price API returns energy pricing data of end users and devices, including behavior changes and automation variables. It is available in JSON and URI formats.||Energy||07.11.2017|
Genability Load Serving Entity
||The Genability Load Serving Entity API returns information on electric bills shown in territories and rate plans, according to data structures. Available in JSON and URI formats.||Energy||07.11.2017|