Tibber


The tibber integration provides a sensor with the current electricity price if you are a Tibber customer. If you have a Tibber Pulse or Watty it will also show the electricity consumption in real-time. You get a sensor for monthly consumption, monthly cost, and monthly peak hour. If you do have a real-time meter it is updated once every hour, otherwise it is updated once per day. Statistics with hourly consumption and cost data is generated that can be used in the Energy Dashboard (the ids are tibber:energy_consumption_HOMEID and tibber:energy_totalcost_HOMEID). If you produce energy there are also statistics with hourly production and profit data generated which can also be used there (the ids are tibber:energy_production_HOMEID and tibber:energy_profit_HOMEID).

There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant:

Setup

Go to developer.tibber.com/settings/accesstoken to get your API token.

Configuration

To add the Tibber integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:

Notifications

Tibber can send a notification by calling the notify.send_message service. It will send a notification to all devices registered in the Tibber account.

To use notifications, please see the getting started with automation page.

Send message

action:
  service: notify.send_message
  data:
    entity_id: notify.tibber
    title: Your title
    message: This is a message for you!

Sensor

The tibber sensor provides the current electricity price if you are a Tibber customer. You also get sensors for monthly consumption, monthly cost, and monthly peak hour If you have a Tibber Pulse it will also show the electricity consumption in real time.

Available sensors

  • Accumulated cost since midnight (requires active Tibber power deal)
  • kWh consumed since midnight
  • net kWh produced since midnight
  • net kWh produced since last hour shift
  • Current on L1, L2 and L3
  • Estimate of kWh consumption current hour
  • kWh consumed since since last hour shift
  • Average consumption since midnight (Watt)
  • Last meter active import register state (kWh)
  • Last meter active export register state (kWh)
  • Peak consumption since midnight (Watt)
  • Min consumption since midnight (Watt)
  • Consumption at the moment (Watt)
  • Consumption at the moment (Watt)
  • Net production (A-) at the moment (Watt)
  • The total price (energy + taxes)
  • Device signal strength (Pulse - dB; Watty - percent)
  • Voltage on phase 1, 2 and 3
  • Monthly cost
  • Monthly net consumption
  • Monthly peak hour
  • Time of max hour consumption

Examples

In this section, you will find some real-life examples of how to use this sensor.

Electricity price

The electricity price can be used to make automations. The sensor has a max_price and min_price attribute, with max and min price for the current day. Here is an example to get a notification when the price is above 90% of the maximum price for the day:

- alias: "Electricity price"
  trigger:
    platform: time_pattern
  # Matches every hour at 1 minutes past whole
    minutes: 1
  condition:
    condition: template
    value_template: '{{ float(states('sensor.electricity_price_hamretunet_10')) > 0.9 * float(state_attr('sensor.electricity_price_hamretunet_10', 'max_price')) }}'
  action:
   - service: notify.pushbullet
     data:
       title: "Electricity price"
       target: "device/daniel_telefon_cat"
       message: "The electricity price is now {{ states('sensor.electricity_price_hamretunet_10') }}"