equiwatt is partnering with Project LEO which is seeking to accelerate the UK’s transition to a zero-carbon energy system.
We help households to save money by reducing energy usage at peak times.
Saving energy at peak times helps energy companies reduce the use of polluting power plants. Energy companies pay us for helping to reduce peak time energy usage and we help our community to get their share of these payments.
As an approved provider to National Grid DFS, equiwatt users can earn additional points during specific peak time energy saving DFS equivents this winter.
All you need to take part is a connected smart meter with half-hourly data. Find out more here.
Take part in National Grid DFS equivents to earn entries to a prize draw to win points worth £1000!
Entries to win 1 of 50 smart plugs in our prize draw have now closed. Thanks to everyone who took part. Winners will be contacted directly according to terms and conditions.
offset the same amount of CO2 in a year as 1000 equiwatt homes
of peak energy saved by every equiwatt home every year
worth of points can be earned every year per household
Brilliant concept which will contribute to reach net zero. App works seamlessly.
equiwatt is fantastic - I save energy during an equivent and receive points that I can then redeem for gifts. I have just redeemed 3000 for a £30 amazon e-voucher!
The app is clean and is easy to use. It just runs in the background which is something that I really like.
We all have to play our part in reducing CO2, getting rewarded is an added perk.
This app is wonderful! It actively encourages saving energy by way of earning points which you can exchange for goodies!
The app is simply genius! I have a lot of tech in my house, and being able to earn rewards for turning it off up to an hour a time really is a great idea! Not only does it save money on my bill, but I also get rewarded for doing so!
equiwatt is working in partnership with Project Leo, one of the UK’s most ambitious, wide-ranging and innovative energy system projects that will help achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Project Leo Partners include University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, Scottish and Southern Networks, Low Carbon Hub, equiwatt, Nuvve, Origami and Piclo; with part-funding from the Industrial Strategy Challenge fund.