WattDepot

WattDepot  (2009 – present) is an open source, RESTful web service that collects electricity data (such as current power utilization or cumulative power utilization) from meters and stores it in a database. The data can then be retrieved by other tools for visualization and analysis. It is designed to provide infrastructure for experimentation and development of “Smart Grid” applications.

Selected publications

Robert Brewer and Philip Johnson, WattDepot: An open source software ecosystem for enterprise-scale energy data collection, storage, analysis, and visualization, In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Smart Grid Communications, October, 2010, Gaithersburg, Maryland.

A complete list of WattDepot publications is available here.


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