Microsoft Hohm connects with Seattle City Light, US

Microsoft's new home energy management service “Hohm” is now connected with a utility in US. Seattle City Light announced that its customers would be the first in the US to benefit from the ability to connect to Microsoft Hohm and get insights into data generated from their electricity consumption. Hohm is designed as an online home-energy management service that […]

Microsoft's new home energy management service “Hohm” is now connected with a utility in US. Seattle City Light announced that its customers would be the first in the US to benefit from the ability to connect to Microsoft Hohm and get insights into data generated from their electricity consumption. Hohm is designed as an online home-energy management service that enables users to not only monitor energy use but also access personalized energy conservation recommendations set up to lower consumption and to cut costs. “Our customers understand that energy conservation means lower bills and less impact on our environment,” said Seattle City Light superintendent Jorge Carrasco. “We want to help them use less of our product by giving them the tools like Hohm to manage their energy use wisely.”

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