EnergyHub just announced the launch of an energy management system for consumers interested in monitoring, controlling, and reducing energy use. The system includes an in-home display, wireless thermostat, sockets, and strips, as well as iOS and Android apps for on-the-go control. Some purchasers will also be able to integrate the system with data from their smart meter if they have a compatible meter.
The Home Base is a custom command center with one-touch modes like “at home,” “goodnight,” and “away.” Homeowners can adjust a connected thermostat, socket, and strip right from the Home Base. Sockets and strips plug in to the wall for appliance-level control of home energy use.
Previously, the EnergyHub system was available only to select consumers through utility programs, though it’s now available direct to consumer. The Home Base and thermostat bundle starts at $299.99; the Home Base with a socket and strip starts at $324.99; and the Home Base with a thermostat, socket, and strip starts at $399.99.
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