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Electricity price changes

This trigger fires when the price of electricity changes.

About this trigger

Triggers, queries, and actions are the building blocks of Applets. Triggers tell an Applet to start, queries ask a question, and actions are its end result.

Developer info

Description
This trigger fires when the price of electricity changes.
API endpoint slug
nemy.electricity_price_change

Trigger fields

State Dropdown list

Label
Which state do you live in?
Helper text
Choose the Australian state you live in. For ACT, choose NSW. Note that nemy works for the Australian NEM - the eastern states plus SA.
Slug
state
Required
true
Can have default value
true

Price type Dropdown list

Label
What price would you like to trigger on?
Helper text
Trigger on the household price, a half-hourly wholesale price plus network tariffs (inc. GST), or the dispatch price see here.
Slug
price_type
Required
true
Can have default value
true

Ingredients

Created atDate and time event was created.

Slug
created_at
Filter code
Nemy.electricityPriceChange.CreatedAt
Type
Date with time (ISO8601)
Example
2020-07-08T04:17:06.000+05:00

Electricity priceThe actual price of electricity.

Slug
electricity_price
Filter code
Nemy.electricityPriceChange.ElectricityPrice
Type
String
Example
25

ColourA hex colour code relating to the price of electricity in the grid, to be used to set the colour of smart lights.

Slug
colour
Filter code
Nemy.electricityPriceChange.Colour
Type
String
Example
#55FF00

StateThe state defined in this applet.

Slug
state
Filter code
Nemy.electricityPriceChange.State
Type
String
Example
VIC

Price typeThe electricity price type defined in this applet.

Slug
price_type
Filter code
Nemy.electricityPriceChange.PriceType
Type
String
Example
household_price_kwh

MessageA message describing the price and percentage renewables in the grid.

Slug
message
Filter code
Nemy.electricityPriceChange.Message
Type
String
Example
The current electricity price is 18.89c/kWh, and 22% of the electricity supply is renewable.