Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
Southern California Edison (SCE)
San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E)
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
Jersey Central Power and Light (JCPL)
Orange and Rockland Utilities
Atlantic City Energy (ACE)
Central and West
Portland Gas & Electric (PGE)
Would you like us to go into a new utility? Let us know at info[at]utilityapi.com
We're expanding to Hawaii and need test accounts. Do you have any current or future projects we can test our service on?
For residential and commercial properties in HECO, MECO, or HELCO:
UtilityAPI works with solar and energy management companies, making it easier for them to get the data they need from utilities. The Department of Energy, recognizing that this is helping make solar more accessible, has given us a grant to increase the number of utilities that we support.
In order to get the money from the grant, we need to test our software on commercial properties.
We're asking that people with commercial accounts use the link below, fill in the 4 fields, and authorize us to collect data. It's completely private (we're only going to use the meter numbers as reference in our SunShot deliverable) and we're able to share the data with the person/company that owns the data.
Answers to all your support and technical questions can be found here.
We were awarded a SunShot grant. Now we're sharing what we learned. Join UtilityAPI CEO Elena Lucas for an informative overview of the SunShot application process. Much of what we learned is applicable to other government grants as well. Bring your questions!
Customize your authorization form with your logo.
Request Data > Settings > Appearance > Logo, Edit
Then you're all set!
Want a data set for a hackathon?
We have the data you need for site assessment and to prove value after a solar installation or energy efficiency upgrade.
We're offering complimentary usage in Pepco, JCPL, and Orange & Rockland through Thanksgiving. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the free meter credits.
Elena Lucas is co-founder and CEO of UtilityAPI. All blog posts are to help UtilityAPI users connect with their customers and successfully collect their electricity data.