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Myth Buster: Do Christmas lights use a lot of electricity?

Monitoring the lights electrical usage, we determine how much energy each string of lights uses and the associated electrical cost.
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Maximizing Your Savings: How to Claim Up to $3,200 in Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency

With heating season here and the close of another year, it’s a crucial time to make decisions about home improvements that can also qualify for 2023 tax credits and rebates.
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Myth Buster: Using a Thermostat Setback for Energy Savings

Winter is here, and we all want to keep those heating bills in check. But there's a debate on whether adjusting your thermostat for a setback actually saves you money. We've got the facts! Our in-depth analysis proves the savings.
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Powerley and NET2GRID Forge Strategic Partnership to Revolutionize Customer Engagement in the Utility Industry

Powerley and NET2GRID are joining forces to provide the best experience in the customer engagement market for utility bill management, real-time energy control, and appliance disaggregation.
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Transforming Energy Management: The Rise of Virtual Power Plants

What is a Virtual Power Plant? A Virtual Power Plant (VPP) combines a multitude of small-scale energy resources into a larger, coordinated entity. This aggregation allows for efficient management and control of
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Powerley Announces Groundbreaking 5-Year Agreement with BC Hydro

It isn’t automation scheduling or remote control of the thermostat that is helping us embrace a greener lifestyle – it's insight.
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Unveiling the Real Key to a Greener Home Beyond the Smart Thermostat

It isn’t automation scheduling or remote control of the thermostat that is helping us embrace a greener lifestyle – it's insight.
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Maximizing Solar Energy Generation: Harnessing the Power of Summer

Simply put, more sunlight means more power. During the summer, the days are longer, and the sun is higher in the sky, resulting in more direct and intense sunlight. This higher sunlight
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Understanding the Summer Surge: Why Energy Rates Increase When the Temperature Rises

As the mercury climbs and the sun beats down during the summer months, you may notice a slight spike in your energy bills due to increasing rates and AC use. Have you
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Home with thermostat set to 72 degrees

Myth Buster: Can a Thermostat Setback Save on AC Costs?

To discover the best way to save money on energy this summer, the Data Science team analyzed two hypotheses regarding the AC to find out which delivers the most savings.
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