Get your energy data to Wattics via FTP


File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard protocol used for transmitting files between computers on the Internet over TCP/IP. FTP allows energy data in .CSV file format to be pushed automatically and periodically to Wattics FTP server. Most head end systems, gateways, PLCs, BMS, DCIMs, etc natively support FTP data push, making it an easy choice for data integration to Wattics.


Step 1: Request your Wattics FTP credentials


Request FTP credentials from Wattics

(Please send us one of your sample .CSV files when you request credentials so we can review the format)

Wattics will provide you with FTP credentials within 24 hours:

        Username: wattics_123 
        Password: ADE94bgK
        Folder: source


Step 2: Configure your system to push .CSV files to our FTP servers


Use the FTP credentials provided to configure your data system. We will be happy to help you figure it out if it proves complicated.

  • What data intervals do we support: We support anything from 5mn, 15mn to hourly and daily readings.
  • What amount of data should be included in each .CSV file: Normally this would be a rolling 7, 14 or 30 days.
  • When should the .CSV file be sent: The earlier the better, but normally this would be on a Day +1 basis.
  • What CSV file formats do you support: Check the templates we already support, but we can support your own format too!
  • What type of data do you support: We support all types of energy readings and any numeric value such as environmental parameters, metrics, production output, etc


As soon as your system starts pushing .CSV files to our FTP servers, email us at We will run our software parser to do a health check and make sure the data is coming in the right format.


Step 3: Register data points through the FTP Point Activation Mandate (PAM)


We need to know how to process the data in your .CSV files: unique IDs, names, hierarchy between data points, and units.

Download the FTP PAM

Fill up a FTP PAM and email it to to get your analytics dashboard set up.


Step 4: Receive your Wattics dashboard credentials and start analysing your data


Assuming everything is in order, we will enable your analytics dashboard, request you to register a credit card for the software subscription, and you will then receive an email with log-in credentials to start saving energy!


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Anthony Schoofs

Chief Technical Officer at Wattics
Anthony drives Wattics' innovation on energy efficiency for industrial and grid environments. Anthony is also behind, a blog covering technology advances within the smart grid and IoT markets, and was listed in 2011 amongst the top 100 IoT thinkers. Anthony was recently awarded the Globe Sustainability Research Award for his contribution to advancing knowledge on sustainability.