The Genability Ruby Sample Code by Genability demonstrates API interaction to access energy utility features in REST architecture with HTTP requests and JSON responses. Developers can use the API to implement scheduling and estimation into web services.
Brownouts got you fried? The Open Automated Demand Response API (OpenADR) aims to improve a critical aspect of handling the power load: improving Demand Response (DR) to electricity needs. Understanding demand, communicating demand and acting on it are all essential elements of effective DR. The SOAP/XML API is all about helping grid managers use common standards to leverage the OpenADR specifications.
Making energy more efficient is necessary for many reasons, including economizing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions for a cleaner planet. Advancing technologies are here to help, and the best way for developers to integrate with them is via APIs. Here are then 10 most popular Energy APIs.
Spark Devices just launched on Kickstarter and offers investors of $49 and above a free Spark Socket--the flagship product that connects standard light bulbs to the internet. Once a light bulb connects to the internet via the Spark Socket, consumers can control the light through an app (e.g. turn on and off, dim, monitor use, etc.). Additionally, Spark Devices has released Spark Devices API that allows developers to integrate light control into third party apps or websites.