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EnergyHub in Inhabitat

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August 15, 2008

The blog Inhabitat writes about EnergyHub:
“One of the many barriers that impedes us from living a greener life at home is the lack of any simple and reliable way to gauge how much energy we are consuming. We can turn off our lights and computers, but we are still kept in the dark as to our true levels of our consumption. As price and demand for energy continue to climb, it becomes that much more important to have access to vital information about our energy use, which is exactly what EnergyHub hopes to provide.”

Inhabitat’s Jason Sahler writes that EnergyHub is focusing on a key point in reigning in energy consumption: the access to information. “When we are able to accurately read and monitor our own consumption we will be able to take action.”

Read more on Inhabitat:
www.inhabitat.com

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