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Written by Akiba   
Tuesday, 06 October 2009
Wow, just read that Google Powermeter bypassed the utilities and is accepting data directly from energy monitoring devices. The exciting thing for me is that the first gadget partner is the TED 5000 (The Energy Detective) which runs a Zigbee stack . This means that the potential is there for Google to open the API and collect data from individual energy monitors. Although the API would have nothing to do with Zigbee, the potential is there for a lot of new monitoring devices to start coming out and there's a good chance that a lot of them will also be using Zigbee. Hence I gotta start busting some ass and get the smart energy profile up. Nothing better than having an open hardware energy monitor running an open source Zigbee stack and sending the usage data to Google Powermeter :)
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google powermeter and zigbee what do you knwo
written by Socks_the_Fox, May 10, 2011
well how about that. It's my senior project to program a device for use with google power meter code, and our group tacked zigbee onto that. If you know anything about PIC24s i could really use your help! if even just the microchip zigbee stack, because their forum members don't answer any questions.
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