Charge your EV and run appliances when it's cheapest. Save money and spare the grid.
Genability Conduct™ automates savings by scheduling charging and electricity load at the best times. We tell you exactly how much your usage costs in real time.
Over 70% of U.S. households have some form of variable electricity pricing. Conduct sends price signals or operating schedules of any connected device using customer-specific electricity prices.
Significantly increase the value of behind the meter storage with demand peak shaving, time shifting and critical event curtailment.
Charge when rates are the lowest, saving significantly. Identify and take advantage of EV specific and Time of Use rate plans.
Visualize historical and forecasted rates and costs within your experience. Drive satisfaction and trust.
Put Energy Cost Optimization at the heart of the connected home and building.
The industry's most powerful rate engines directly in your energy app! Flexible results including by bill line item, type of charge (consumption, demand, fixed etc.), as hourly or monthly periods and lots more. Fully supports deregulated markets, as well as the simplest residential to most complex commercial and industrial rate structures.
A large database of hourly usage, cost and rate data spanning the entire country. Includes data by building type, climate zone, different available tariffs and more. Ideal for marketing, sales and any situation where you don't have actual usage data or would like to compare with similar homes and businesses.
The next generation of Energy Star appliance standards require the ability to accept a price signal. Conduct satisfies the Energy Star requirements for Delay Appliance Load (DAL), Temporary Appliance Load Reduction (TALR) and time-based pricing.
You can now design, model and quantify the costs for any, yes any, rate structure in your own private rate database. Once modeled, you can run cost and savings calculations, send price signals, compare rate plans and more. Whether it's custom contracts, bespoke tariffs, modeling rate design impacts, or predicting the future; you now have the tools you need.
Genability can support your specific utility partnerships out of the box. This includes rates, incentives and rebates. Talk to us to learn more.
Whirlpool, one of the largest appliance manufacturers in the world, is managing homeowners' appliances smartly and saving them money. Using Genability Conduct, Whirlpool understands the customers’ rate plan and is able to provide a price signal to power the home's smart appliances and run devices when power is cheapest. Smart Scheduling runs the dishwasher at the best time to save money or the electrical grid.
EnerNOC (NASDAQ: ENOC) is a leading provider of energy intelligence software for utility and commercial customers, with a suite of services that includes demand management and energy efficiency. EnerNOC uses Genability’s technology to provide real-time cost transparency and energy savings.
BMW, a manufacturer of premier automobiles, is smart charging its i3 and saving drivers money. Using Genability Conduct, BMW's EV, the i3, optimizes its charging schedule to charge the car when electricity prices are cheapest. The Smart Charging Application also delivers precise charging costs and savings.
Alarm.com, a wireless security system company servicing homes throughout the U.S., provides homeowners with energy management services, including energy curtailment during peak hours, remote thermostat control and home automation. With Genability's Data, Alarm.com has insight into their customers' utility, available rate plans and energy costs to drive energy curtailment services.
ChargePoint and Genability work together to automatically select a homeowners' tariff and rate plans after they've purchased a ChargePoint home charger. Using Genability Conduct, ChargePoint's residential charging units provide homeowners with actual electricity savings and charging information in dollars. ChargePoint operates the world’s largest EV charging network, as well as designs, builds, and supports the technology that powers the chargers.