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EnergyHub becomes first DERMS to integrate with Nest dispatch API

EnergyHub Team

May 8, 2017

New York, NY – May 8, 2017 – EnergyHub announced today that it has expanded its partnership with Nest by integrating with Nest’s new dispatch API, making Mercury the only DERMS in the industry with that capability.

EnergyHub’s integration with Nest now provides EnergyHub utility customers with an even greater ability to manage Nest Learning Thermostats from EnergyHub’s Mercury platform, including the ability to both enroll and dispatch Nest Thermostats as part of demand response programs managed by EnergyHub.

“Adding this capability is a big win for our utility customers,” said Seth Frader-Thompson, President of EnergyHub. “Nest is consistently a popular choice for consumers in our utility programs, and we’re pleased that Nest chose us as the first DERMS to have this enhanced capability.”

More than 30 utilities around the country use EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS and program management services to run successful demand response and DER programs.

Nest Thermostats offer a wide range of features that help customers stay comfortable while managing home energy consumption. It remembers what temperatures customers like, creates a custom schedule for the home, and turns itself down when everyone is away. Nest Thermostats have been proven by independent researchers to save customers, on average, about 10 to 12 percent on their heating bills and about 15 percent on their cooling bills.

“We were very excited to provide EnergyHub with this expanded capability,” said Jeff Hamel, Head of Energy Partnerships at Nest. “We have a strong partnership, and that’s because we’re both constantly looking for innovative ways to improve demand response for utilities while protecting customer comfort.”

The Nest dispatch API integration is now live for EnergyHub’s utility customers.

About EnergyHub

EnergyHub is the connected device solution for utilities. EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS allows utilities to partner with their customers to deliver more powerful demand response and grid services using the industry’s leading ecosystem of connected devices and distributed energy resources. Our Bring Your Own Thermostat™ service makes millions of existing connected homes available to utilities for demand response without a single truck roll. Dozens of utilities rely on EnergyHub to deliver critical demand response services. EnergyHub is an independent subsidiary of (NASDAQ: ALRM), the leading technology provider of connected home solutions. For more information, visit

About Nest

Nest’s mission is to create a home that’s thoughtful – one that takes care of itself and the people inside it. The company focuses on simple, beautiful and delightful hardware, software and services. The Nest Learning Thermostat™ and Nest Energy Services keep you comfortable and address home energy consumption. The Nest Protect™ smoke and carbon monoxide alarm helps keep you safe and Nest Safety Rewards lets you save money through participating home insurance providers, while Nest Cam™ keeps an eye on what matters most in your home. Nest products are sold in the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Belgium, Ireland and the Netherlands and are installed in more than 190 countries. The Nest Learning Thermostat has helped save approximately seven billion kWh of energy to date. Through the Works with Nest program, third-party products can securely connect with Nest devices to make homes safer, more energy efficient, and more aware. For more information, visit 

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