Data services

Energy data and load control without the cost and hassle of installation.

Our bespoke data services make it possible to analyse anonymised data from our expanding fleet of managed devices. Researchers, government programs, commercial developers and service providers alike can connect with our growing base of monitored sites, gaining easy access to live energy datasets that are pre-approved for sharing by the end users.

How our data services are being used

Wattwatchers data services are suitable for a wide variety of applications. Here are just some of the ways you can engage with our datasets.

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Network managers & industry

Get greater visibility on DER and control for solar export management. Calculate requirements to support growth.

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Researchers

Model the impacts of new technology on the grid. Analyse real-time datasets from a large number of sites in your projects.

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App developers

Promote your offer to pre-qualified customers who are looking for new energy solutions. Test your modelling or create dynamic demos for your new product.

ADEPT

ADEPT is an agile development tool for digitising distributed energy. With ADEPT you can customise how you manage your fleet of systems and develop ‘bespoke’ solutions at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions.

ADEPT features include:

  • Easy integration and interoperability with multiple data sources (incl. non-energy data)
  • Fleet analytics
  • Real-time performance analysis
  • ‘Zero-code’ tools to rapidly prototype and refine analytics rules

CASE STUDY

Getting cost-effective access to granular, up-to-date energy datasets for households is always a challenge for researchers, especially when concerns about consumer data rights, privacy and security are rising.

When the Energy Transition Hub needed anonymised energy datasets from solar and non-solar households for their work they engaged Wattwatchers data services to gain access to historical 5-minute measurements for hundreds of sites located across the Australian east coast’s National Electricity Market (NEM).

By drawing on the fleet of homes already installed with monitoring devices as part of the My Energy Marketplace project, the Hub avoided having to spend precious research funds in a costly and time-consuming installation program to access the data they needed.

How can our data help you?​

Speak to our solutions team to share your requirements and see how Wattwatchers data services and integrations can support your business.​