OpenEnergyMonitor.orgOpen source energy monitoring@openenergymon, Trystan Lea, CleanwebUK September 2012
Average 2030?Sustainable EnergyTools to help us work towardssustainable energy in a way thatadds up. My Energy Stack 2012 Energy Stacks based on David 17% Sustainable Energy MacKays book: withouthotair.com
An open source technologyIs a technology where the source code, CADdrawings, technical documentation is openlyavailable.
Building technical Freedom to do capacity All these things Innovation Free-willed Intrinsic motivationCollaboration By making it easyParticipation to build upon theContribution Open source work of others we can solve problems Technology faster. Through how-to movement Guides, available There is a real enjoyment Code and designs in making and sharing. Its possible to learn empowerment inspiration
The OpenEnergyMonitor system
Home Electricity MonitoringMy house: Electricity Reduction of ~47% over 4 years
Solar PV monitoring
Heat Pump MonitoringJohn Cantor, heatpump consultantRemotely monitor heat pumpperformanceIdentify problemsOptimise control by providingfeedback www.heatpumps.co.uk
Bee Hive MonitoringClive Hudson, Meirionnydd Bee Keepers RF Link Solar Winter 2010 PV Ambient Temp probe Battery Core temperature probe
A normal bee temperature week
Applications Modules University campus TinyTX wireless monitoring in France by temperature node + Baptise Gaultier raspberry PI basestation by Martin, harizanov.com Brewery monitoring in Ireland by Eamonn Solar Immersion heater OBrian controller in development by Robin Emley and Mountain top astronomy othersobservatory power quality monitoring in Hawaii 3-Phase monitoring by Robert WallCommunity Energy Audits – North Wales
Open sourcefacilitates learningopenenergymonitor.orgTutorials, How-tosSource code on githubHardware schematics an board filessolderpad.All under open source licence (GPL)Forums, Thank you to everyone inthe community!
Open source sustainable technologiesTechnology that empowers us to participate in creating a futurewhere we live within ecological limits.