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GreenTechEfficiency: Utility not required: EnergyHub saves 6% on summer electricity bills

EnergyHub Team

May 29, 2014

Utilities are excited about the current generation of smart thermostats that customers are buying from big-box stores and HVAC dealers. A growing body of research shows that there’s good reason for the excitement.

Not only can utilities leverage the two-way wireless thermostats for demand response if a customer so chooses, but there are also notable savings even if a customer never opts in to a utility program.

The latest company to release a white paper based on its thermostat data is EnergyHub, which provides the software platform for Radio Thermostat of America and Carrier WiFi-connected thermostats. Alarm.com purchased EnergyHub last year, although it continues to operate as an independent subsidiary.

To read the full story, head on over to GreenTechEfficiency.

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