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EnergyHub selected as a finalist for 2015 Fierce Innovation Awards

Laura Kier

October 22, 2015

We’re excited to announce that EnergyHub has been selected as a finalist for the 2015 Fierce Innovation Awards: Energy Edition, in recognition of our OpenBYOT platform.

OpenBYOT makes it easier than ever for utilities to launch and scale a Bring Your Own Thermostat℠ (BYOT) demand response program while offering greater choice of device to customers. Through a single contract with EnergyHub, utilities can use OpenBYOT to partner with any thermostat or connected home vendor in their service territory, making a wide variety of device brands available to their customers for participation in demand response programs.

The Fierce Innovation Awards is a utility-reviewed awards program from the publishers of FierceEnergy and Smart Grid News. Applications are reviewed by an exclusive panel of executives from major North American utilities including CenterPoint Energy, Duke Energy, Ameren Corporation, San Diego Gas & Electric, Iberdrola USA, Commonwealth Edison, and PECO. The winners will be announced during a live webcast on November 5.

Interested in learning more about EnergyHub’s OpenBYOT platform? Reach out to us at info@energyhub.com.

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