Developers can make "Energy Internet" apps that gather electricity data and control "smart" networked thermostats and appliances over a cloud-based development platform.
Cloud platform compatible with wide variety of devices, including Android and iOS, will enable developers to reach wide group of customers as well as utilities and energy service providers.
Tendril gains investment and partnership with Siemens to market home energy management software and gear to utilities for smart-grid programs.
Smart grid company releases an application that seeks to improve consumer involvement in home energy with personalized energy plans and social networking.
Tendril is designing a home energy system aimed at people who aren't tech-savvy or willing to work hard on energy efficiency.
Smart-grid technology company Tendril acquires Grounded Power, a start-up which has applied techniques from campaigns to help people quit smoking to home energy efficiency.
Smart-grid start-up Tendril Networks and GE will test a system in which home appliances share data with utilities to cut electricity consumption.
Home energy monitoring start-up Tendril gets $30 million investment from VantagePoint Venture Partners. Is that enough to separate Tendril from the pack?
Taking its cue from IT vendors, smart-grid start-up Tendril looks to speed up electricity grid modernization by allowing outsiders to create technology that will easily work with its products.
Tendril Networks releases its system for tracking energy usage in the house. Its twist: network-enabled devices that talk to advanced meters installed by utilities.