The Renault integration offers integration with the MyRenault cloud service and provides sensors such as charger state and temperature.

This integration provides the following platforms:

  • Binary sensors - such as plug and charge status.
  • Sensors - such as battery level, outside temperature, odometer, estimated range, and charging rate.


You need two API keys: one for Gigya and one for Kamereon and they shouldn’t be confused with your API credentials. Instructions can be found at [].


Adding Renault to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:

Manual configuration steps

All vehicles linked to the account should then get added as devices, with sensors added as linked entity.