Unofficial Rust bindings to the SGIP Signal API, which provides access to real-time and forecasted marginal Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions data for participants in California’s Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP).
More information is available on the SGIP Signal website:
Further details about SGIP itself can be found on the SGIP website. The SGIP program is implementing new GHG requirements, which are explained in the SGIP Handbook. This website provides data which will assist energy storage developers, operators, and others in implementing those rules.
The API reports GHG emissions data in the form of Marginal Operating
Emissions Rates (MOERs), represented in this crate by the
Forecasted MOERs are represented by the
Forecast type, whose
Forecast::at method allows querying forecasted data. API calls are
performed using the
SgipSignal type, which represents an authenticated
session with the API and automatically handles credential lifetimes and
This crate currently supports the following subset of the API:
- ☐ user registration (use a one-off
curlcommand for now);
- ☑ user authentication and session management, using the
- ☑ current MOER data, using
- ☑ historical MOER data, using
- ☑ current short-term (72-hour) MOER forecasts, using
- ☑ historical short-term (72-hour) MOER forecasts, using
- ☐ current long-term (1-month and 1-year) MOER forecasts;
- ☐ historical long-term (1-month and 1-year) MOER forecasts;
- ☐ rate limiting and backpressure;
This is an unofficial set of bindings, with no guarantees about maintenance or functional correctness.
A forecast of future MOERs.
A Marginal Operating Emissions Rate (MOER).
An authenticated session with the SGIP Signal API.
An SGIP grid region, corresponding to a balancing authority and independent system operator subregion.