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Updated 20 August 2019
ENERGYai Blog: adjusting energy budgets for weather
A recent heat wave in northern California prompted some subscribers to ask if their energy budgets get adjusted for weather. The short answer is "yes"! Read...
EnergyAi Blog, sharing resources and experiences in energy efficiency
Updated 17 April 2019
ENERGYai Blog: Small energy-saving steps have a big impact
businesses have reduced their emissions by over 2,200 tons. Much of this came from simple behavior changes encouraged by feedback and concrete energy savings targets. Read...
EnergyAi Blog, sharing resources and experiences in energy efficiency
Updated 11 March 2019
ENERGYai Blog: How to Log In to PG&E Online
While you can get good info about energy efficient products and services at pge.com, the only way to access your own meter data is at PG&E's My Energy portal. That's also where you can share your meter data with ! Read...
EnergyAi Blog, sharing resources and experiences in energy efficiency
Updated 15 January 2019
EnergyAi Blog: Energy management for the 99%
Pacific Gas & Electric provides 99% of their 9.7 million northern California customers with a free energy management system. It's called "Share My Data". PG&E customer Mission Hill Creamery makes premium ice cream, Share My Data keeps it green. Read...
EnergyAi Blog, sharing resources and experiences in energy efficiency
Updated 15 December 2018
EnergyAi Blog: Sherlock Holmes, Energy Detective
The conclusion to The Case of the Mysterious Client. The trail grows hot (and cold) with the weather. Then there is the matter of the missing holidays. Holmes and Dr. Watson take a short stroll down memory lane, recalling the incident with the angry vicar. Read...
EnergyAi Blog, sharing resources and experiences in energy efficiency
Updated 30 November 2018
EnergyAi Blog: Sherlock Holmes, Energy Detective
A mysterious client seeks Sherlock Holmes' help in salvaging a partnership and lowering energy costs. The catch? His only clues are to be found in the client's meter data. Dr. Watson is skeptical. Read...
EnergyAi Blog, sharing resources and experiences in energy efficiency
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