Make your home smarter with Tibber.

With Tibber there are several possibilities to connect several different smart gadgets to the app. It can be things for heat control, electric car charging or solar production that you can read about under our various solutions. But Tibber also supports other things that can help you lower your electricity consumption.

These things make your home smarter and add new features to the Tibber app. There may be different types of sensors, energy meters, switches and smart hubs. Depending on what you want to do smarter in your home, there are different solutions.

Smart features in the app.

Depending on what you choose to connect to the Tibber app, new opportunities are provided in the app. Connect to an energy meter and access your real-time consumption. With a weather station you get access to more accurate weather data app, or temperature sensors to get a better overview of the temperature in the home. This information can then also be used to control the heat in the home smarter through Tibber.

Sensor data

With smart home Power-ups you can measure both indoor and outdoor temperature, humidity, CO2 levels, noise level and much more.

Follow the sensor data over time

You can follow current and historical values in the Tibberapp. This way you can see how, for example, electricity consumption and indoor climate have changed.

Electricity consumption in real time

See what your home consumes right now and see the consumption change over time. In external apps you can also see how much electricity different electrical appliances in your home consume.

Combine with heat control

Get smarter heat control if you also have smart thermostats installed in your home. It provides better foundation for Tibber to buy electricity for your home.

With or without a smart hub.

In order to make your home smarter, there are several possibilities depending on which functions you want. For measuring temperature, electricity consumption or controlling the heat, solutions that do not require a hub are available. Then it is instead Tibber who takes the hub by taking the information from the different sensors and thermostats to control the smart.

If you want more opportunities, a hub is the best solution. Depending on the hub you choose, several types of sensors, switches, lights and more can be connected to the hub. Which devices can be connected to the hub depends on the communication methods it supports. With a hub that supports Tibber, parts of your home can also be controlled smarter to reduce electricity consumption.

Smart home devices without hub.

There are several possibilities to make your home smarter but a hub that controls the various devices. Tibber has units for heat control, measurement of electricity consumption and temperature measurement both inside and outside.

Smart home with Futurehome.

Futurehome is a hub developed in Norway with support for communicating with Z-wave units. Z-wave is a common method of communication in smart home products, which means that the range of units is large. Futurehome can be connected to Tibber to access temperature sensors, other types of sensors and control thermostats from the Tibber app.

Smart home with Homey.

Homey is a premium hub that supports all the common communication modes used by smart home products, including Z-wave, Zigbee, WiFi and Bluetooth. Homey can be connected to Tibber to access temperature sensors, other types of sensors and control thermostats from the Tibber app.

Smart home with other hubs.

Tibber also supports other hubs in addition to Futurehome and Homey. If you already have one of these, you can connect your hub to Tibber and get access to smart functions such as heat control and sensor data in the app. Read more by choosing the hub you use below.