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White paper: The future of Bring Your Own Thermostat®

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“The future of Bring Your Own Thermostat (BYOT) demand response hinges on the willingness of utilities to work with a continually growing ecosystem of devices and vendors.”

In this paper, originally authored as part of the Peak Load Management Association’s “Practitioner Perspectives” series, EnergyHub experts explain the rapid growth of BYOT demand response programs over the last several years and give you a glimpse at how BYOT will evolve in the next decade.

EnergyHub designed, developed, and popularized the BYOT model with leading utilities and thought leaders 2012. Today, no company manages more BYOT programs than EnergyHub, with more than 30 utilities using EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS platform to manage their demand response program.

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