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December 19, 2012

TweetSeason’s greetings from EnergyHub. We want to make sure you and your families have an energy-efficient holiday season, and one of the best ways to do that is to only use your thermostat’s Hold function when you really need it. For many people, the remainder of 2012 includes time at home with family and friends. […]

November 5, 2012

TweetLast week, Superstorm Sandy impacted millions of people on the East Coast. EnergyHub, based in Brooklyn, NY, was no exception. Thankfully, our team and office came through the storm safe and mostly dry. The team has pulled together both professionally and in our communities, from one engineer who walked three hours across multiple boroughs so […]

May 15, 2012

TweetSpring has sprung throughout most of the country by now. As trees started to blossom and animals began to emerge from hibernation, our data analysis team here at EnergyHub headed back into their caves to dissect a winter’s worth of thermostat data. We’re grateful to the DOE, EPA, and other government and industry organizations for […]

February 2, 2012

TweetLast weekend, EnergyHub sent a team of crack developers (and me) to participate in New York city’s first Cleanweb Hackathon. The event, sponsored by NYSERDA and a host of private companies, aimed to promote innovation and cooperation in information technology with a focus on promoting energy efficiency and clean energy. There was a lot of […]

January 19, 2012

TweetA recent analysis of data compiled through EnergyHub’s MercuryTM smart thermostat platform uncovered a correlation between consumers’ geographic location and the average heating temperature of their homes—with surprising results.  Generally, residents in states with cooler average temperatures are setting their thermostats lower than those living in warmer states—from an average of 63.4 degrees Fahrenheit in […]

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