Microsoft Hohm Cloud application is Live

Microsoft's home energy conservation Cloud application is now live and accessible to all users. Microsoft introduced Hohm beta in late June 2009, but at that time it offered only select testers a taste of the app. This is no longer the case. The software giant is allowing users everywhere to start monitoring energy consumption in their […]
Microsoft's home energy conservation Cloud application is now live and accessible to all users. Microsoft introduced Hohm beta in late June 2009, but at that time it offered only select testers a taste of the app. This is no longer the case. The software giant is allowing users everywhere to start monitoring energy consumption in their household with Hohm. Just head over at the Hohm home page and sign-up, to start saving, as Microsoft puts it. Users will need a Windows Live ID in order to access the website, and will also have to provide the company with their postal code in order for Hohm to supply information on local energy cost for a specific location.