Roundup: Energy Tracking Tools

At Quantified Self, we’re starting to put together a complete catalog of all the self-tracking tools out there. We’d love your help to make sure we include your favorite tool, your company, or your project. Self-promotion is allowed!
This week’s tool roundup is on Energy. Here are all the energy tools we’ve found so far, ranging from activism-based tools that help reduce consumption to Twitter-based tools that help save money. 

Please let me know what we’re missing in the comments below.


Botanicalls - OK this one isn’t entirely about energy, but a gadget that you stick in your plant that calls you if it needs water? That’s cool. Quantified Self for plants.
What else?

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6 Responses to Roundup: Energy Tracking Tools

  1. peter darche says:

    Another company working on energy monitoring is Watt Vision

  2. Bill Schuller says:

    TED – Works with Google Power Meter and has an open API to get at the data yourself.

  3. Alexandra Carmichael says:

    Thanks Bill! What else?

  4. John Amschler says:

    PicoWatt from Tenrehte. I haven’t seen it in person, but I see where they’re headed.

  5. Matthew Cornell says:

    Good series idea. How are you planning on using the catalog you put together?

  6. Alex Jones says:

    Here is the another energy monitoring device which cost lesser than $20.

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