If you are a developer, or just someone who has the technical skills, you can access your data through our APIs. Either manage your own data or develop apps to sell to our customers.Find out more
energyhive is a unique service which lets you cost effectively measure and monitor your energy consumption. We believe that it is only when you can see your consumption and compare it to others' that you can change your behavior. Changing behavior and identifying inefficient appliances is what you need to do to reduce your bills - when you see how much electricity your iron consumes you definitely turn it off rather than leaving it on while you chat on the phone! One of our members has replaced his fridge after seeing what was happening overnight.
To use energyhive you need to buy our hub device (for £29.99) and connect it to a compatible low cost electricity monitoring device. Register your equipment on the site and you are ready to go - you can view your consumption on a computer, tablet or smartphone. If you have the technical skills you are welcome to access our API's and create your own interface to your data and build your own analytic models - please look at the Develop page or contact us for instructions.
energyhive was developed by a team of engineers with expertise in developing technology and participating in world leading research projects to solve real problems. energyhive allows us to continue to build our expertise in this area as we seek to address the need to save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
If you are interested in partnering with us as a re-seller, or are a utility who would like to offer the service to your customers, please contact us. energyhive is available internationally.
Our technical strength is due to the technical team at Hildebrand who developed and built energyhive. Hildebrand designed the system to be quick, efficient and able to support millions of users all over the world. Hildebrand's energy expertise is extensive and includes the technical leadership role on the European-funded research project DEHEMS (which studied how technology can be used to improve domestic energy efficiency) and the company are responsible for the consumer portal and advanced in-home display development for Australia's first commercial-scale smart grid.