All Posts tagged Savings Analysis API
Genability has just upgraded both our Savings Analysis API and our Calculate API to better support Non-Bypassable Charges (NBCs). What are NBCs you ask? Well that’s how the California utilities refer to the customer’s annual NBCs that...
By John Tucker
Every month Genability updates thousands of tariffs. These changes can be as small as a simple rate increase or as large as a whole new rate structure. For just over a year now, around the 10th of...
By Trevor Kennard
Over the past few weeks we’ve introduced Switch API upgrades including Dash, a web-app to view and troubleshoot savings analyses, and Savings Analysis Watch, which automatically reviews Savings Analysis results for atypical results.
By Jenny Trinh
Around 60,000 proposals for rooftop solar are expected to be generated per week in 2016. In the competitive landscape of distributed energy generation and storage, how can companies reasonably monitor the integrity of these proposals?
By Ruben Garcia
Genability takes API performance very seriously. We’re committed to continuously improving the performance of our software products as we grow in both functionality and customer adoption. We spent a lot of time this summer enhancing the stability...
By Martin Baker
Over the last few weeks we’ve been making a lot of updates to our developer site. We’ve touched every page of the documentation, added new sections and updated some code. Read on to find out more.
By Scott Harris
Now you can determine exactly what solar production will be worth to your customer within Explorer. Using the account functionality you can put an exact price on the utility costs solar production will replace, the Value of...
By John Tucker
Savings Analysis API, Calculator API, Explorer, Green Button, New York, Consolidated Edison, Time of Use, Central Hudson Gas & Electric
The New York City area has some of the highest electricity pricing in the country and for a consumer to start saving on his electricity bill, he first needs to know and understand his usage and how...
By San Prabhu