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GreenTechMedia: EnergyHub Moves Into Software as Service

EnergyHub Team

August 1, 2011

By: Katherine Tweed: August 1, 2011

EnergyHub added another dimension to its home energy management offerings on Monday with Mercury, a new software-as-service platform.

The new product is an evolution from the Brooklyn-based company’s dashboard and software offerings. It is a white label service that is being offered to television and cable providers, home security companies and utilities that can ride on top of any wireless thermostat.

As the price of wireless thermostats drops (you can buy them for as cheap as $100 at Home Depot and utilities often give them away to entice customers into demand response programs), there is a growing need for sophisticated software to go along with the devices, said Seth Frader-Thompson, CEO of EnergyHub.

Read more at GreenTechGrid.

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