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Home Camp 4


Details have now been posted for Home Camp 4 on http://homecamp.org.uk/

The cost is £10 per day, or £17.50 for the full weekend (plus booking fees) – to include lunch and refreshments.




29th/30th October 2011



Centre for Creative Collaboration (C4CC) in London UK


How do I sign-up?



What is this all about?

The latest in the series of meetups to learn and discuss automated management of home energy resources.


The Blog

Head over to the blog for new videos and Home Camp announcements.


Photos From Previous Events






(please add photos to the Flickr group http://www.flickr.com/groups/homecamp/)


Coverage of Home Camp 3 can be found at http://lanyrd.com/2010/home-camp-3/



You can see videos from Home Camp 08 over at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/homecamp.


Virtual Home Camp on OpenSim

ReactionGrid are expected to provide a new Land on their latest wizzy grid for Homecamp4.


Previous Home Camp

You can see the Home Camp 08 Page Here

You can see the Home Camp 2 page here

You can see the Home Camp Christmas Party 09 here


Join the Home Camp Conversation

Join the discussion on the Home Camp Google Group 


Useful CodeSave

CurrentCost data parsing:



Additional resources for Current Cost hacking :-)



Kinda like RSS for small devices, but without the polling bottleneck issues.


Open source client, written in Ruby - http://mqtt.rubyforge.org/


Not sure where to put other links about energy monitoring (not current cost). Pls advise.

Here's one on @paul_tanner's blog.


Comments (2)

folknology said

at 10:59 am on Feb 11, 2009

Anyone see Google's recent initiative home power metering/usage project :
interesting ?

James Devine said

at 10:55 pm on Apr 25, 2009

If anyone's interested in the analogue devices metering chip I've put a link here http://homecamp.pbwiki.com/Open-Power-Meter

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