Energy Monitors

Monitor your home’s energy usage in real-time. Make sure your solar savings are on track.

Make the shift to smarter energy usage with our state-of-the-art monitoring technologies.



We only offer high-quality energy monitoring devices, ensuring that you have peace of mind with seamless integration and comprehensive warranties.


Real-Time Data

ZEN monitors connect to your home’s electrical system to give you real-time data so you can make smarter decisions about how your energy is being used.


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Solar power monitoring tracks where your electricity is going, what it’s used for, and when. It offers you real time, strategic data on your power use and offers insights on how you can get more out of your solar energy generation system.

Smappee Infinity is our first choice. It collects real-time and historical production and consumption data down to the appliance level, resulting in actionable insights into your always-on, energy guzzlers and everyday energy use. By combining traditional submetering clamps, our smart plug Smappee Switch and our patented appliance recognition technology, Smappee offers the most complete and comprehensive set of submetering options available on the market.

Smappee’s energy monitor tracks the overall energy consumption in your home as well as the individual use of certain appliances. It’s a great way to detect standby power consumption and energy guzzlers and save up to 30%.


Our comprehensive offering means you can pick and choose the features and services you need; from smart EV charging and optimised self-consumption to significant energy and cost saving. Do you need more control, data or services over time? No problem! You can always build on the existing solution to meet your changing needs.


Smappee collects real-time production and consumption data down to the appliance level. It does this by combining submetering clamps, the Smappee Switch smart plug and its patented appliance recognition technology. Providers and users can access this data in multiple ways. There’s an API for integration with HEMS/BMS systems, a professional dashboard for in-depth analyses, and a user-friendly app for consumers.


Smappee continuously expands its ecosystem with compatible third party products and services. Snape uses Ethernet, Wi-Fi,3G/4G, IP-based connections and standards such as Modbus RTU and IoT communication protocols MQTT and EEBUS to quickly develop new use cases and speed up integrations. On the other hand Smappee partners with third parties to integrate its technology in their products or services such as EV charging stations, smart thermostats, home assistants or home batteries.


Thanks to its quick and easy installation and low maintenance costs, Smappee Infinity’s total cost of ownership compares favourably with other competing solutions. The compact plug-and-play system is robust and reliable, with hubs connecting current clamps (CTs) or Rogowski Coils. That way, you spend less time on the setup and more time on saving energy

- Real-time data and appliance recognition

- No subscription fee, free app

- Using energy responsibly

- Regardless of your energy supplier

- Learn and save up to 30%

- Good for your wallet and the planet

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solar inverters brands

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Manufactured for durability and longevity under modern industrial standards, the GoodWe DNS series offers high efficiency and class leading functionality.

Based on its single-phase residential PV inverter range, GoodWe ranked 4th in global shipments in 2017.

Ability to AC couple to a battery - i.e. capable of adding a battery to the system in the future, but will require additional components and won't be a fully managed solution.

Monitoring via the GoodWe application and web portal.

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The ability to connect smart home appliances, providing the ability to run appliances and adopt the Internet of Things (IoT) technology as it becomes more commonplace.

Easy to use application and web monitoring.

DC Optimisers (where and as required) - this technology allows for individual panel operation, ensuring that panels affected by shade do not impact on the overall performance of the system.

See the Huawei hybrid inverter brochure showing the integrated system.

Plug and Play battery solution, see the high voltage model in the LG Resu lithium-ion energy storage range

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RedBack Generation 2 hybrid inverter with the ability to function on-grid (connected to the public power network) or off-grid in the event of a power outage

Capable of running up to 14.2kWh of Pylontech lithium-ion battery capacity within the RedBack Generation 2battery enclosure, which sits below the inverter.

UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) to ensure the seamless delivery of electricity to your essential loads in the event of a power outage, prioritising what you need and want when the grid goes down, and allowing the conservation of battery power and ongoing operation in off-grid mode.

Electrical relay controls ,enabling the on/off control of various appliances within the home.



The SP PRO series of bi-directional inverter chargers is one of the most flexible and intelligent available in the market today. A modular approach can handle systems up to 240kW in 20kW blocks, whilst using sophisticated communications can manage up to 480kW of AC Coupled PV.

Battery Voltages of 24V, 48V and 120V are accommodated. Additionally, by incorporating unlimited DC Coupled solar, wind, backup generator or a grid supply, our ethos of never being without power is always met.

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Solar battery brandS

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We work with PylonTech lithium-ion solar batteries.

Modular design gives you the power of choice of capacity.

Simple buckle fixing and rack mounting capability minimise installation time and cost.

Compact and fashionable design fits in the home environment.

Pairs with the Redback hybrid system and Fronius-Selectronic off-grid system.

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power monitor brands

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The Smappee Infinity provides an all-in-one solution for monitoring voltage and distributing load across solar panels, electric vehicles, and other home or building appliances through a cloud-based interface. With the addition of new phase measurement capabilities, the Infinity modules and gateway can collect more data, ultimately reducing expenses for both residential and commercial systems.

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solar panel brands

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As the world's premier provider of Solar PV Solutions, LONGi's expertise in solar wafers, cells, and modules reflects our unwavering commitment to driving the clean energy revolution. LONGi develops some of the most innovative panels for the solar industry. Their panels are high-quality, dependable and efficient for both residential and commercial solar systems.

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A solar energy monitor is a device that allows you to track the energy production of your solar panels and the amount of electricity that your home or business consumes. It works by connecting to your solar inverter, your utility meter, and your home's Wi-Fi network. The monitor provides you with real-time information about your energy usage and production, as well as historical data and trends. This information can help you make informed decisions about your energy consumption and identify ways to save on your electricity bills.

A solar energy monitor can track a variety of data related to your solar energy system, including real-time and historical energy production, energy consumption, battery storage levels, and energy usage patterns. Some energy monitors also provide weather data, so you can track the impact of weather conditions on your solar energy production. Additionally, some monitors offer alerts and notifications to help you optimise your energy usage and identify any issues with your solar energy system. Overall, a solar energy monitor can provide valuable insights and help you maximise the benefits of your solar energy system.

A solar energy monitor can generally work with any type of solar energy system, regardless of the brand or model of the panels, inverter, or batteries. However, it is important to check with the manufacturer or supplier of the monitor to ensure compatibility and any necessary requirements. Some monitors may also have specific features that are designed to work with certain types of systems, so it is important to research and choose a monitor that meets your specific needs.

A solar energy monitor typically requires a monitoring device that is installed in your home, and some may require additional equipment such as a gateway or a smart home hub. It is important to check with the manufacturer of the solar energy monitor to determine if any additional equipment is needed for your specific system. However, most solar energy monitors are designed to work with a variety of solar energy systems and do not require any special equipment beyond what is provided in the monitor package.

Solar energy monitors can be quite accurate, but the level of accuracy can vary depending on the specific monitor and how it is installed and calibrated. Some advanced solar energy monitors can provide real-time data with a high level of accuracy, while others may have some degree of error. It's important to select a reputable monitor and follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation and calibration to ensure the most accurate readings possible.

A solar energy monitor offers a variety of benefits to homeowners and businesses who have installed solar panels. Here are a few:

  1. Real-time monitoring: Solar energy monitors give you real-time information about how much energy your solar panels are generating and using. This allows you to track your energy usage and make adjustments as needed to optimise your system's performance.
  2. Identifying issues: Solar energy monitors can also help you identify any issues with your solar panels, such as if one panel is not performing as well as the others. This can help you catch problems early and get them fixed before they become bigger issues.
  3. Energy savings: By monitoring your energy usage, you can identify areas where you may be using more energy than necessary, and make changes to reduce your energy consumption. This can result in significant energy savings over time.
  4. Environmental impact: Solar energy monitors can help you track the environmental impact of your solar panel system, such as how much carbon dioxide emissions you are avoiding.

Overall, a solar energy monitor can help you optimise the performance of your solar panel system, save energy and money, and reduce your environmental impact.

Yes, many solar energy monitors offer remote access via a mobile app or web portal. This allows you to check on your solar system's performance and energy production from anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection. Some monitors may require additional equipment or subscription fees for remote access.

Yes, some solar energy monitors can also track energy usage in the rest of your home or business, in addition to your solar energy system. This can provide valuable insights into your overall energy usage and help you identify areas where you can reduce your energy consumption. However, you may need to purchase additional equipment, such as smart plugs or sensors, to track energy usage in different areas of your home or business.

In general, there are no ongoing costs associated with using a solar energy monitor. Once you have purchased and installed the monitor, you should be able to use it for as long as you like without incurring any additional costs. Some advanced monitoring systems may require a subscription fee for remote access or additional features, but this is not typically the case for basic solar energy monitors. It is always a good idea to research the specific monitor you are interested in to determine if there are any additional costs or subscription fees associated with its use.