Apps for Energy II

We are awarding $100,000 in prizes for the best energy-related web and mobile apps that use a featured API, standard or idea to solve a real-world challenge.

Apps for Energy II

ENACT

Executive summary: enACT offers a SaaS-based marketplace for homeowners to find energy upgrade investments, service providers and financing. enACT is not only an customer origination platform but also a powerful marketing analytics and CRM platform for a broad range of partners. The problem: Home energy retrofits including clean energy creates huge value (on average $1000 savings per year), and is a $10 billion per ...more »

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Link to Design : http://www.enacthome.com

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e-Lite Power Use Planner with Green Button Usage Data

No two electrons are created with equal emissions. The mix of electricity sources to any neighborhood changes every five minutes. The emission intensity can change by a factor of two or three within the same day! Imagine home and business owners checking their mobile apps each day to find the cleanest time to use electricity in their neighborhood that week. Emission Information´s (EI) technology and the e-Lite mobile ...more »

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My Energate

By controlling home devices and observing GreenButton energy consumption data consumer can make informative decision how - for example - changing home temperature by 1 degree affects his energy usage and corresponding costs

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Power Up

Turn dumb devices in your household into smart ones. Find out which ones suck the most. The app utilizes the real time residential idea from The first round of the apps for energy challenge. By registering your devices through the app, we can track the devices' power signature and determine whether the device is on or off. This opens up a new world of possibilities. You could, for example, have an app warn you when ...more »

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LocalData: Energy

LocalData: Energy is an app developed to digitally collect and assess data in the urban environment on building performance indicators in real time. A simple and easy way to collect data, LocalData: Energy allows users to collect quantitative, qualitative and image data using a smartphone or tablet (iOS or Android). By adding new data to a map, users can quickly enhance existing energy assessment data sets, create new ...more »

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Link to Design : http://bit.ly/1ioLtFz

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Energy Data Viewer

An Android application that allows you to view EIA data in heat maps and charts. You can view state by state data of electricity generation, energy consumption, and energy production over time as well as overall net flow of each state over time.

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OptiZen

Be One With Your Home Save money on your home energy bill by setting monthly spending goals in dollars. OptiZen will send you a notification when high energy use is detected and perform home optimization by turning off lights and smart appliances and thermostats down. About: Brought to you by the San Diego Apps for Energy 2014 contest winners. OptiZen connects your green button data, smart thermostats, smart outlets ...more »

Submitted by (@optizen)

Link to Design : http://www.opti-zen.com

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JouleBug

JouleBug is an app that encourages and rewards sustainable actions (represented by Pins). As users earn points and Pins, effective energy use is spotlighted with actions like adjusting the thermostat, cold water washing, installing LEDs, ridding vampire load and more. As these actions reduce the user’s electric bill, it’s made visible to them in the app via the Green Button Data graph. The app has hundreds of Pins, ...more »

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GreenEnergyMonitor - We optimize your energy use

GreenEnergyMonitor --------------------------- GreenEnergyMonitor is an application that monitors current electric power usage of a residential household relative to its neighborhood using Green Button Data API. It aids the residential customers to effectively manage their demand requests placed on the electric grid esp. during high demand period. The application displays the current electric power usage of an user. ...more »

Submitted by (@prabhakars1)

Link to Design : http://gem.tingri.me/

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EEme - Consumer

EEme's Consumer platform processes a given user's Greenbutton data to guide them to an educated energy efficiency (EE) investment decision as quickly and easily as possible and does not require any user input except for enrollment with Greenbutton. Upon Greenbutton enrollment and an EEme account creation the user is directly led to a set of home improvement recommendations, customized for their home profile. The user ...more »

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Green Button Conservation

Currently, Homeowners have no way of knowing whether their strategies for reducing the cost to heat and cool their homes are working. This app enables Homeowners to improve their energy usage by displaying the impact of modifications to their homes or behavior. By integrating a modeled Baseline using outside temperatures into the existing Green Button system, users can see how their Actual Usage compares with the Baseline. ...more »

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Kilowattscore.com

KilowattScore.Com (KWS.Com) is a Green Button Application that addresses the

three key featured inputs including; providing a homeowner the ability to compare their energy

usage against similar homes, a scoring model which uses historic energy consumption trends to

justify efficiency upgrades and a gamification feature which allows users to earn points for

energy consumption.

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