CES show attendees are invited to visit and experience a live demonstration. EnergyHub will show how appliances and HVAC systems can all be wirelessly connected and tied to three simple energy use modes: home, away, and goodnight. Utility representatives can speak with EnergyHub experts about pilot program successes and how the system can help them improve relationships with their customers while offering advanced peak control functionality.
“CES is the nexus of technology and human interaction,” said Seth Frader-Thompson, CEO of EnergyHub. “We’re pleased to be a part of the ZigBee Alliance and look forward to demonstrating how EnergyHub can supplement utilities’ Smart Grid deployments while helping people to save every day,” he said.
EnergyHub will be showing its newly released iPhone/iPad/iPod mobile application, which allows users to make changes to their energy settings and turn connected appliances on or off while on the go. The app is downloadable free from the Apple App Store and is available immediately to pilot program users who have an EnergyHub system in their home.
Built with the homeowner in mind, the EnergyHub system features an easy-to-use and understand touch screen interface to pair devices, and to monitor and control appliances within the home. It creates a “Home Area Network,” (HAN) which is one of CES’ big themes this year. EnergyHub is proud to present its award-winning solution at this year’s show.
EnergyHub (www.energyhub.com) is Bringing the Smart Grid Home® by helping homeowners to reduce energy consumption and save money. With the in-home dashboard at its center, the EnergyHub system allows homeowners to understand full-home energy use in real time while taking control right down to the appliance level. Tie devices to three simple settings (home, away, goodnight) and automate heating and cooling with ease. Users can also control it all on the web or mobile devices through MyHub. The EnergyHub system is in pilots with utilities today and is flexible with evolving smart grid metering plans. Together with utilities, the system can help to reduce peak power loads on hot summer days while encouraging customers to become more efficient all year.
EnergyHub is based in Brooklyn, New York and is a privately held venture-backed company.
ZigBee: Control your world
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