EcoStruxure™ Energy and Sustainability Scoring Partner API allows Building Performance Score Providers to collect, manage and benchmark buildings measurement data in order to deliver energy and sustainability performance scores to Schneider Electric customers registered with scoring partner application.

API overview and usage

This API enables the following features:

Sites Metadata

  • Retrieve all sites belonging to which the connected user has access, along site metadata needed for performance scores calculation (e.g. gross area, building occupants, operating hours, etc)

Meters and Measurement Types

  • Retrieve all meters installed at a given site, including the list of measurements and units they support

Sites Registration

  • Allow the Scoring Partner, to register a site providing the scores related details and thus starting automatically a data pipeline to collect all timeseries related information
  • Allow Scoring Partner to retrieve the list of projects associated for each site


  • Retrieve all timeseries for any given site and for an arbitrary time period
  • Room comfort data: zone temperature, humidity, CO2
  • Waste Management: waste diverted and waste generated
  • Energy consumption: electricity and fuel consumption

Performance Scores

  • Provide Performance Scores for a given site and read current and historical scores
  • Supported Types: Daily, Monthly, Average, Local Average
  • Supported Categories: Electricity, Fuel, Water, Waste, Human Experience


Meter Commodity and Meter Usage per commodity catalog.

Meter Commodity
Commodity Unit Type Name Unit Type Symbol
Electricity kilo watt hour kWh
Fuel cubic meter
Waste kilogram kg
Water cubic meter
Human Experience/Air Quality parts per million ppm
Commodity Usage Type
Commodity Usage
Electricity Purchased from Grid
Electricity Generated offsite - renewable
Electricity Generated onsite - solar
Fuel Diesel
Fuel District Hot Water
Fuel District Chilled Water (Electric Driven Chiller)
Fuel Biodiesel (B100)
Fuel Liquefied Natural Gas (LPG)
Fuel Natural Gas
Fuel District Steam
Fuel Fuel Oil
Waste Waste Generated
Waste Waste Diverted
Water Reclaimed onsite
Water Municipality supplied potable water
Human Experience/Air Quality CO2
Human Experience/Air Quality CO2 - Raw

How it works

This API works for any Schneider Electric customer who has an identity in Schneider Electric system, and site data associated with its identity.

The following steps will explain how the API works,

Step 1: In order to access the customer data, the customer must identify themself and provide their consent to the scoring application.

Step 2: Enquire all the sites which the customer is authorized to calculate the performance scores.

Step 3: Enquire meters and timeseries measurements for a selected site.

Step 4: Calculate the scores based on the building measurement data received from Schneider Electric.

Step 5: Update the performance scores calculated for the given site back to Schneider Electric.

How it works


How to sign up

Step 1: Register or login with an Exchange account.

Step 2: Subscribe to the API product in our Shop.

Step 3: After subscription, API credentials and usage details for the API are available in developer portal.

Authentication guide

This API supports the following authentication mechanism:

OAuth2 Authorization Code Flow

Once subscription to the API is approved on Exchange, API Subscription Client ID and Client Secret will be shared with the subscriber

The Client ID should be sent when calling the Authorize Endpoint to initiate the Authorization and Consent flow.

Once user consents to the scopes requested by the client app, an authorization code will be issued which needs to be sent to the Token Endpoint with grant_type as authorization_code, along with Client ID and Client Secret in order to retrieve an access_token and a refresh_token. In order to retrieve a new access_token, call the Token endpoint with grant_type as refresh_token and pass the refresh_token issued before.

Each access_token is valid for 1 hour and has to be provided to every API call as HTTP Request Header Authorization: Bearer {access_token}

Authorization Code Flow

Sandbox Testing

What is Sandbox Test Data?

Sandbox test data refers to simulated data that can be used for testing or validating an API without manipulating real production data. It provides a safe environment for developers to experiment with the API, test different scenarios and identify errors before deploying it to the production server.

Why is Sandbox Test Data Important?

Working with live production data can be risky, especially during development and testing phases where unexpected changes can occur. Sandbox test data allows developers to create an isolated environment where they can test new features, fix bugs, and improve overall performance without causing any harm to the production data. This helps save time, money and minimizes the risk of introducing new issues into the production system.

Get access token for sandbox testing using sandbox authorize endpoint mentioned below

Sandbox authorize endpoint: https://api.exchange.se.com/ecostruxure/v1/oauth/sandbox-authorize

Operations and Resource Model

Operations and Resource Model diagram


Contact our Exchange support team at exchange.support@se.com and include,

- Endpoint URL

- Request/Response of the URL

- Any additional information like Screenshots, Postman collections

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