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83% of subscribers reduce electric costs in the first year by an average of $4,500 (and 8 tons of ).
EnergyAi meter
A bump in electricity use from 6-9am the last 3 days cost you $170
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Office
Office
East bay
Jul 18: Electricity demand hit a peak of 442 kW at 9:30AM. This was higher than expected.
Grocery
Grocery
South bay
Jul 17: Yes! Electricity use was lower than expected from Noon-8pm, saving $91.00 (and 135 lb of ).
Library
Library
Central coast
Jul 17: reached it's savings target of 802 lb (and saved $202).
Winery
Winery
Peninsula
Jul 16: Yes! Electricity use was lower than expected from Noon-8pm, saving $108 (and 160 lb of ).
Medical
Medical
Silicon valley
Jul 16: Electricity demand hit a peak of 434 kW at 3:00PM. This was higher than expected.
Education
Education
San Francisco
Jul 16: unusually high use for 6 consecutive days during early morning hours cost an additional $165 (and 528 lb of ).
Office
Office
East bay
Jul 15: Electricity demand hit a peak of 471 kW at 10:15AM. This was higher than expected.
Worship
Worship
Sierra foothills
Jul 14: unusually high use for 3 consecutive days during morning hours cost an additional $105 (and 287 lb of ).
Warehouse
Warehouse
East bay
Jul 13: Ouch! An unusual jump in electricity use from 6am-7pm cost an additional $216 (and 592 lb of ).
Retail
Retail
North coast
Jul 13: reached it's savings target of 372 lb (and saved $28.80).
Manufacturing
Manufacturing
Central valley
Jul 13: Ouch! An unusual jump in electricity use from 7am-8pm cost an additional $108 (and 218 lb of ).
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Lower electric bill
Lower electric bills
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Mission Hill Creamery
"I can tell at a glance if my operations have changed, and how much it's costing me."
Dave Kumec, Chef/Owner, Mission Hill Creamery, Santa Cruz
New subscribers reduce their electric bill by an average of 5% in year 1.
Avoid expensive surprises
Avoid expensive surprises
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County of Placer
" helped identify multiple equipment failures and programming issues, enabling quick resolution."
James Doolittle, Energy Consultant, County of Placer
alerts customers about unusual changes in their energy use which may be caused by failing equipment.
Reduce carbon pollution
Reduce carbon pollution
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In northern California, each $1 you spend on power adds about three and a half pounds of to our air.
ENERGYai CO2 savings
customers have reduced their emissions by over 2,200 tons since we launched.
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per month*
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After your free 30 day trial period. Most businesses have just one electric meter. If you have more than one:
$5
per month per meter for your first 10 meters
$4
per month per meter for any additional meters
You may cancel at any time, and we'll refund all unused subscription fees.
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How works
When you sign up, you authorize PG&E to share your electric meter data with . Here's what we do with it:
Learn
Learn how your business uses electricity
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The results may surprise you. analyzes a year of meter data to develop a personalized profile for your business.
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A Contra Costa cafe owner was surprised that her electricity use rose at 4am on weekdays, even though they didn't open until 7am. A simple thermostat adjustment is saving $1,500 and over 2.5 tons of each year.
Alert
Alert you about unusual energy costs
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downloads your latest PG&E meter data everyday, and sends you an email alert when it spots something unusual. Tap the email to drill down for more details.
Alert email
The manager of a small professional building in the Sierra foothills was alerted about an unusual bump in electricity use between 6-9am for 3 consecutive days, at a cost of over $50 per day. The problem was quickly traced to faulty controls on rooftop units.
Budget
Budget a plan for cost and savings
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sets a cost and savings goal for you, and suggests no and low cost steps to reach the goal. You get weekly updates on your progress.
Budget
Over 40% of annual electricity use in a central valley national guard facility came from equipment which was never turned off. The facility manager used smart power strips (and friendly persuasion) to turn off unnecessary appliances and computers at night, saving almost $2,000 and 3.5 tons of each year.
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