Utility Not Required: EnergyHub Saves 6% on Summer Electricity Bills

June 1, 2014 by Katherine Tweed

EnergyHub and Home Energy Savings

Utilities are getting very excited about the current generation of smart thermostats that customers are buying from big-box stores and HVAC dealers. And a growing body of research has shown evidence that there’s a very good reason for the excitement.[read more]

Will Rosenzweig: Venturing in sustainability

December 14, 2010 by Marc Gunther

Most venture capital investors don’t have a focus. Kleiner Perkins says it is “in search of the next big idea.” Draper Fisher Jurvetson “backs extraordinary entrepreneurs everywhere who set out to change the world.” Mohr Davidow values “entrepreneurs who identify impressive market opportunities and are not afraid to go after them.”...[read more]

Energy information devices start to go mass market

November 24, 2009 by Lynne Kiesling

Tim Haab helpfully points out an article from Time about EnergyHub, a device for consumers to see more, and more timely, information about their energy consumption. I’ve written about EnergyHub here before, and honestly, they have not been among the most forward-looking or impressive of the products I’ve seen for providing consumers with...[read more]

We’ve seen electricity-monitoring / controlling devices...

June 18, 2009 by Jack Mason

We’ve seen electricity-monitoring / controlling devices similar to the EnergyHub before, but few have provided such a handsome interface or modular, expandable options. The device uses a touchscreen control panel (familiarly referred to as a “dashboard”) to help gauge and adjust energy levels for satellite outlets that it communicates...[read more]