Once you have provided your customer the registration URL through your customer journey of choice, the customer will experience the authorization process as follows:
- The customer navigates to the Leap authorization flow through the registration link
- Leap redirects the customer to the authorization flow for the specified and/or selected utility for the customer to authorize data access
- Upon completion, the utility redirects the end-user back to Leap Connect indicating a successful authorization
- (Optional): customers agrees to additional terms as required by the program
- Upon completion of the authorization process the customer is redirected to the partner specified thank-you page
The Leap Connect is Leap's latest partner branded, multi-market authorization journey that allows customers to authorize multiple utilities and sign additional terms as required by customer type in one authorization session. Before being able to generate a functional authorization wrapper URL, your company must have its specific flow configured by Leap to include your branding, eSign forms and available utilities. To do so, please contact your Leap Partner Success representative.
|Leap-generated name for your organization|
|The name given to the specific Leap Connect flow that will appear in the URL. This can be set by your Partner Success Representative when creating the flow. This name is also available in the Partner Portal by navigating to the Meters tab, clicking "Add a Meter", selecting the desired flow, and creating a flow URL.|
|An optional parameter identifying the utilities which will be labelled as required for the commercial customers. Leaving this parameter blank will show all utilities in the region to customer. For residential customer, the requested utilties will have their logos appear in the flow with the other utilities configured for that flow by clicking the "Show All Utilities" option.|
|An option string available to link authorized customers to your internal system|
|CAISO||Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)||pge|
|CAISO||Southern California Edison (SCE)||sce|
|CAISO||San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E)||sdge|
|NYISO||Consolidated Edison (ConEd)||cecony-utilityapi|
|NYISO||Orange and Rockland Utilities (O&RU)||oru-utilityapi|
|NYISO||PSEG Long Island (PSEG-LI)||psegli-utilityapi|
Utilities not listed in this table are not currently supported for automated authorizations by the Leap Platform.
Supported Regions & Customer Types
Need to test Leap Connect? Please contact your Partner Success Representative and a test journey will be configured for you.
You can utilize an internal Reference ID to link Leap's records to your internal records. Every meter record that is created on Leap's platform will contain the reference ID as provided in the registration link under the
partner_reference field in the Search Meters API. You can then use the
partner_reference to match meters in Leap's platform with customer accounts in your system. However, as this is a simple HTTP GET request, anyone could be making such request back to your service. You should always ensure authentication and authorization of the user on your own platform. An authorization URL without a Reference ID will not be traceable to a unique meter on the Leap platform.
reference-id has a 255-character limit and should follow standard URL character restrictions, which are a limited set of characters belonging to the US-ASCII character set. These characters include digits (0-9), letters (A-Z, a-z), and a few special characters ("-", ".", "_", "~"). To prevent potential issues with your authorization URLs, Leap recommends that any unsafe ASCII characters be encoded using percent encoding.
Updated 2 months ago