Data Use

We are on the eve of what is being called “the internet of energy.” Over the next few years, consumers and organisations will come up with more and more applications for energy data. For example, local energy cooperations are becoming increasingly prevalent in the Netherlands. Residents want to generate and distribute their own power. To properly manage these initiatives, we need real-time energy data. Residents want to use their smartphone to monitor their solar panels’ energy output and determine the best times to charge their electric car. During this transition to decentralised energy, traditional energy providers are eager to introduce new services. How can they help their existing customers lower their monthly energy bill? Aurum has the answer. We have developed several apps that give users valuable insight into the energy streams in their home. We have done so for consumer organisations, heating companies, energy providers, housing corporations and sports clubs.