Simplified Dispatch Testing

We’ve added example dispatches for each program across the various markets in order to simplify dispatch integration testing. As outlined in the updated dispatch Test Cases guide, you can select the relevant program from the request EXAMPLES drop-down menu in the webhook trigger test notification endpoints (meter | group) in order to pre-configure all of the request body parameters for that program. From there, simply change the appropriate parameters (e.g. meter_id, start_time, & end_time) for each test case.

Dispatch API v2 Now Released

The updated Leap Dispatch API (v2) is now available. As announced in April, this updated API makes it easier for Leap partners to prioritize multiple same-day or overlapping dispatches. It also helps partners to increase revenue by providing additional data points that help optimize dispatch strategies and performance. The updated Dispatch API (v2) supports automated notifications across the entire Leap value stack, providing real-time dispatching for all programs enabled through the Leap platform.

Dispatch API v2 Code Recipes & Test Cases Added

We recently posted some additional resources to make dispatch integration easier. Check out the Recipes tab or the 2 new dispatch recipes below for guidance on how best to process incoming notifications.

New Dispatch API v2 & ELRP Support via API

Why Migrate to Dispatch API version 2

New Staging & Production FQDNs

As outlined below, we've transitioned from the .ac to .energy domain and changed the staging sub-domain structure. The new domains have been live since January and all documentation has been updated to reflect this change. While the old domains are still active and no deprecation date has been set, it is recommended to update your integrations to the new FQDNs as soon as you are able to.

Recent Updates

  • Expanded API support for Leap Connect. Partners can now track the status of meter connections through the API and improve conversions by automating follow-up for customers who have started but not completed the Leap Connect and utility authorization process. View the Connect overview developer guide for more details.
  • Enhanced meter metadata. Updates to the meter metadata available through the API make it easier to sync meters and track changes. This includes a last-modified request parameter, as well as program name, enrollment periods and more added to each meter response. We’ve also made it easier to identify when a meter requires a partner action to be taken. Read the meter management developer guide for additional information.
  • Additional authentication options. In addition to login-based temporary authentication tokens, partners can now create and manage their own API keys, making it easier to authenticate to Leap API endpoints.

Welcome to the Leap developer portal

The first version of our new developer portal is now live!