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February 2021
By zevvy
Headquarters 6048 Horw, Schweiz

zevvy - Online software for easy billing of energy and service charges in small buildings

More and more multi-family houses have to settle their solar costs and ancillary costs in line with consumer needs. This is because tenants often save over 10% of their resource consumption. Without specialists and engineers, this is currently hardly solvable. Unless you use zevvy... Imagine a middle-aged man named Klaus, who has just inherited a small apartment building. Now he gets bills for water and heating. How can he distribute this to the tenants? He cannot do it at will, because there are strict standards. But it is too expensive to hire an engineer, as is usual with large projects. With zevvy, Klaus makes the correct bill himself with a few clicks and minimal costs. He can try the software until he is sure and wants to export the PDF. The process is guided and well thought out.

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Key features

  • More than 1000 users registered in the first months of the release of zevvy.
  • zevvy can be used with any kind of metering. Smart or not. Existing building or new.
  • zevvy as do-it-yourself Software costs only about 10% of common solutions.
  • About 10% of Ressources are saved due to consum-based billing of ressources thanks to zevvy.


  • zevvy as do-it-yourself Software costs only about 10% of common solutions.
  • Costs 1 CHF per month per family.

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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