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Open Energy Dashboard

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Open Energy Dashboard is a user-friendly way to display energy information from smart energy meters. It is available to anyone and is optimized for non-technical users with a simple interface that provides access to your organization's energy data. To learn more, see our website.

Open Energy Dashboard is available under the Mozilla Public Licence v2, and contributions, in the form of bug reports, feature requests, and code contributions, are welcome.

Installation and Usage

See USAGE.md.

Built With

Plotly.js - JavaScript library used to generate data charts (plotly.com)

PostgreSQL - Database management system (postgresql.org)

Node.js - JavaScript runtime environment (nodejs.org)

and lots of other software/packages.

Authors

This application has been developed by many volunteer developers (mostly students) and is an independent open source project.

For a list of contributors, click here

Licensing

This project is licensed under the MPL version 2.0.

See the full licensing agreement here

Contributions

We welcome others to contribute to this project by writing code for submission or collaborating with us. Before contributing, please sign our Contributor License Agreement. Web pages with information for developers is available. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to at engage@OpenEnergyDashboard.org.

Code of Conduct

OED is based on the idea of sharing so everyone benefits from our combined efforts. To benefit everyone, we need to maintain a welcoming and appropriate community. Toward that end, OED has as a code of conduct that follows the Contributor Copnvent used by many open source projects. It specifies our expectations and how to report any concerns. If, for any reason, you do not feel confortable with any aspect of the OED project then you are encouraged to contact the OED leadership so we can work to make this a welcoming community. This includes formal complaints, informal concerns and suggestions for how OED can improve what it does. We commit to a timely response to input that clearly articulates what actions may be taken and why. Whatever our decision, you will be informed. We want everyone to know that we take having a welcoming community seriously and will work for and respond appropriately to any concern or ideas for improvement.

Contact

To contact us, send an email to info@OpenEnergyDashboard.org or open an issue on GitHub.