Created At

Dec 29, 2021

Last Update

Jul 13, 2022


HC 3 Lite, Z-box Hub, Yubii Home, Venture WISE, HC 3





Type Quick App

This QuickApp gets todays and tomorrows energy prices and energy consumption from the Tibber platform. 
Next to the current prices the lowest, highest and average price for the next hours is calculated.
Tax and extra cost (cable owner) are included in the hourly, daily, monthly, yearly and total cost.  
All values are displayed in the labels. 



Child devices are available for:

  • Hourly Energy 
  • Hourly Cost
  • Daily Energy  
  • Daily Cost (including extra cost)
  • Monthly Energy 
  • Monthly Cost
  • Yearly Energy 
  • Yearly Cost
  • Total Energy (com.fibaro.energyMeter with automatic rateType=consumption for Fibaro Energy Panel)
  • Total Cost
  • Current Price
  • Minimum price today (for the next [forNextHour] hours)
  • Maximum price today (for the next [forNextHour] hours)
  • Average price (calculated over the current prices and the next 10 prices)
  • Percentage +0 hour (positive value means an increase of the price, negative value means a decrease of the price)
  • Percentage +1 hour 
  • Percentage +2 hour
  • Percentage +3 hour
  • Percentage +4 hour
  • Percentage +5 hour
  • Percentage +6 hour
  • Percentage +7 hour
  • Percentage +8 hour
  • Percentage +9 hour
  • Percentage +10 hour

These devices can be used to control appliances according to the lowest and forecast prices during the day. 




For easy use in for example blockscenes, Global Variables are available for:

  • Level +0 +1 +2 +3 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10 hour (NORMAL, CHEAP, VERY CHEAP, EXPENSIVE, VERY EXPENSIVE)

To communicate with the API you need to acquire a OAuth access token and pass this along with every request passed to the server.
A Personal Access Token give you access to your data and your data only. 
This is ideal for DIY people that want to leverage the Tibber platform to extend the smartness of their home. 
Such a token can be acquired here:


When creating your access token or OAuth client you’ll be asked which scopes you want the access token to be associated with. 
These scopes tells the API which data and operations the client is allowed to perfom on the user’s behalf. 

The scopes your app requires depend on the type of data it is trying to request. 
If you for example need access to user information you add the USER scope. 

If information about the users homes is needed you add the appropiate HOME scopes.


Tomorrow values are available from 13:00 hour

If you have more than one home in your subscription, you need to fill in your home number the change between your homes. 


Use this QuickApp at your own risk. You are responsible for ensuring that the information provided via this QuickApp do not contain errors. 

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The QuickApp show price levels from Tibber with these indications: 


Tibber API documentation:
Tibber API explorer:

Changes version 2.1 (25th June 2022)

  • Changed the child device names Hourly Energy and Hourly Cost to Hour-1 Energy and Hour-1 Cost, because they actually are from the previous hour
  • Added Global Variables for Prices 0-10 hour
  • Removed Global Variable for Current Price Level, the Current Price Level is also available in the Global Variable for all 0-10 hour levels
  • Added QuickApp variable currentPrice to insert the current price in the Energy Panel if you also use the Tibber Live QuickApp. Otherwise the hour+1 price is inserted.  

Variables (mandatory and created automatically): 

  • token = Authorization token (see the Tibber website:
  • homeNr = Tibber home (nodes) number if you have more than one home (default = 1)
  • extraCost = Extra cost per kWh for Tibber and Cable owner, decimals with dot, not komma (default = 0)
  • interval = Interval in seconds to get the data from the Tibber Platform. The QuickApp should run at least once an hour. The default is 930 seconds (15 minutes and 30 seconds). (Tibber has a rate limit of 100 requests in 5 minutes per IP address)
  • debugLevel = Number (1=some, 2=few, 3=all, 4=simulation mode) (default = 1)
  • setGlobalVar = true or false, whether you want to use the Global Variables (default = false)
  • setPercentage = current or average, whether you want to relate to the average price or current price for the percentage calculation (default = average)
  • setEnergyPanel = inserting prices in Energy Panel (default = false)
  • currentPrice = inserting current prices (if you also use Tibber Live) in Energy Panel (default = false)
  • forNextHour = How many hours forward it will show the prices in the labels (default = 12, minimum = 12, maximum = 35)
  • workaroundE01 = Stores the value of the 00-01 hour energy for a Tibber API bug workaround (default = 0)
  • workaroundC01 = Stores the value of the 00-01 hour cost for a Tibber API bug workaround (default = 0)
  • workaroundPnn = Stores the hour-1 price for the Energy Panel (default = 0)
  • workaroundP23 = Stores the 23h price for the Energy Panel (default = 0)

21 Comments,  Want to add comment please login

Hi Alexander, this QuickApp (Tibber Monitor) has nothing to do with the webSocket change from Tibber. The other Tibber Live QuickApp however, has all to do with the webSocket change and has been changed to keep on working. This Tibber Monitor QuickApp uses a simple API from Tibber.


Hi, anyone eles got trouble with this app after tibber changed from grapl-ws to graphql-transport-ws?


It would be very useful to read all the values of a specific day. For example Greenly had that function and rated the price in rating 1 to 24 where 1 was the cheapest hour and 24 was the most expensive hour. Very easy to create scenes where you stop things when prices > certain level. They used the Enumerated variable type so it was easy do use the dropdown list instead of writing the exact phrase "Expensive" etc.


No, has nothing to do with the way Tibber Live works. Do you mean you got the global variables, but today you don't?


Yes, sorry for late reply. I have tested and it worked until today, i Guess it needs the same adjustment as the one you are working on in Tibber Live?