I’m sorry if this is not posted in the right sub topic, I couldn’t really find one that matched the correct information on my question.
My company has begun R&D on a sustainable off grid house using generators, inverters, and PV. I have been tasked with creating the monitoring platform we can monitor energy usage / consumption.
Choosing Emon for the visual display and logging, I have successfully been able to pull data from each piece of equipment through Modbus TCP on a PI. I am also able to use the POST method to my input list on my own Emoncms server that we host through amazon aws.
The question that we keep circling back to as a company is: Is this legal for us to sell to customers? Is there anything we need to do as a company to protect ourselves, and not claim the Emoncms as our own, but simply a user interface that we use? Is Emon only free for open source projects, or can we use it as a business to sell to customers? Do we need to list anything on the website, or not modify anything on the website in particular?
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