Solutions For Residential IoT Devices

Engage your customers by empowering them to understand and choose how their power is made

Smart devices have ushered in a new era of customer empowerment through automation, convenience, and control. WattTime’s flexible Automated Emissions Reduction (AER) solution makes your smart devices even smarter by giving customers the power to see and even decide how their electricity is made. How? Through a plug-and-play software and messaging solution that doesn't impact device cost and user experience.

IoT Device Integration

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Optimization for environmental response
Turnkey consumer marketing toolkit
Responsive to individual customer use
Compelling impact dashboard
Access to proprietary marginal emissions data

Demand Response Program Integration

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Scale device adoption
Differentiate from competing DR bids
Seamless technology adoption

API Pro Access

Go to API
Access to proprietary marginal emissions data
Capability to reduce GHGs in 5-minute and hourly time increments
Streamlined integration with power grid data
View impacts in a meaningful way

"Microsoft has partnered with WattTime to give power users the freedom to choose when and potentially where they want their electricity to come from. For the first time, customers can know the carbon footprint of the power generator that will be tapped when they flip on a switch. This allows customers to optimize when and where they use power in order to reduce their emissions. Microsoft is working with WattTime to make this information easy to get and easier to act on, so everyone can choose the source of their power." – Rob Bernard, Microsoft Chief Environmental Strategist

Case Study 1: Atelier Ten

Reducing GHG emissions is a priority for California College of the Arts and it was a driver for their campus unification and expansion. The new building prioritizes energy efficiency, electrification of both new and existing natural gas equipment, and on-site renewable energy and storage. To achieve low-carbon operations for the campus, especially with newly electrified loads, a thoughtful and intentional approach to electricity demand was needed.

 

Atelier Ten used granular emissions data to inform the team’s design process and to assess the carbon impacts of various system choices and design options. Atelier Ten also used the emissions data to look beyond efficiency to quantify the extent to which enhanced controls and storage could be leveraged to further reduce GHG emissions.

 
 
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